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Posted on 2011-02-18
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Hi Experts,
      Can you please let me know, How to Suppress particular Section in the Subreport which contains a parameter that has NO value, using c#. Thanks in Advance.
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WHy not simply in the subreport, conditionally suppress the section when the parameters has no value.

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by:abhishekkasala
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Hi mlmcc,
 I'm generating the values dynamically from C# and I have 35 reports which contains around 15 sections each.
Do you mean Conditionally suppress as writing the formula for each section?
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I am but that would be a fair amount of work since you have to do each section separately.

I don't know if the .Net interface to the report includes the ability to do what you want.

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