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How to do aggregate function in Visual Studio Reporting Services

Posted on 2010-11-16
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I need to do an aggregate function to sum the number of hours, which is the data values in the image below.  I need to place the aggregate function where the "#Error" is in the image.  I already tried using the expression "Sum(Fields!Hours.Value)" but this does not work.
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What data type is hours?
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It is data type Int64
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no more details when in design view?
can you check the formula when in design view (are you using BIDs?)
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