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SSRS "Jump to Report"

Posted on 2011-03-22
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I have a dataset that returns 4 media channels that I need to be able to drill into....So:

Channel1
Channel2
Channel3
Channel4

will each b sitting there underlined ready to have ther subreport shown,,,

how do I go to one of four reports based on which of the four valuse the user chooses..I can't just put a 'jump to report' on the text box in the tablix object bc it could be 1 of 4 reports...

Love you guys and gals and feel free to ask for clarifacation if i am not clear...

Peace, Gray

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Depending on how many types of Channels you have (limited amount or variable) you could go for 'jump to report' with an expression OR in case of a lot of channels / variable amount of channels: make the jump to report table driven.
The first one will be to most straight forward.
In the expression you can work with if-else statements and jump to the correct report according to the channel.
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i.e. 'IIF'
Or, maybe even better, work with 'Switch' in the expression.
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Thanks Emenizer, its 4 stations so a Case statement would be ideal and I've considered a very-nested IIF scenario...Is a Case statemnt available in expression lingo?
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