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Expression for Go to report action property for group values

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I have dataset group in SSRS called Sales_Type and values could be "Online", "Phone" or "Walk in" . I have an action property go to report on this group. I need an expression on the action property that will open different reports for values; Online", "Phone" or "Walk in" . Who can help me the the expression?
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If the Action is on the cell with the value in it then you can use Me.Value in the expression to test for or use that cells value;

For instance;
=Switch(Me.Value = "Online","OnlineReport", Me.Value = "Phone", "PhoneReport", Me.Value = "Walk in", "WalkinReport")

If not you can access the field directly, Fields!theField.Value.
If you do that from a group as your title suggests it should still work.

Cheers
Chris
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