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SRS Total not calculating correctly

Posted on 2011-03-22
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My total is not adding correctly for every column.  What do I need to change?

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by:ibbz-au
ID: 35194290
Try =Sum(DISTINCT()). Function
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by:CPA_MCSE
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Thanks for the reply.  That threw out an error.

Tried both

=Sum(DISTINCT(Fields!Revenue_Amt.Value))

=Sum(DISTINCT((Fields!Revenue_Amt.Value)))

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by:sureshbabukrish
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are you using matrix or a tablix or a table?  the columns are dynamic or static?
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by:sureshbabukrish
ID: 35197495
do one thing, in sql use Isnull(Revenue_Amt,0) instead of just Revenue_Amt.
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by:CPA_MCSE
ID: 35198655
Thank you for the replies.  This is a table report, not a matrix.  Adding Isnull is fine, but does not affect the report totals.

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by:sureshbabukrish
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can you send the rows (data) which your query pulls?
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Abandoning this question.  Report requirements changed.
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Abandoning this question.  Report requirements changed.
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