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conditionally hiding groups in SQL Reporting Services 2008

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Hello:

I want to hide a group in SQL Reporting Services 2008, if there is no data for it.  The report is run based on a date range.

I have right-clicked on the group in the Row Groups section, but I do not know what formula to give it in the "Visibilty" section.  I want to simply say if there is no data for the group, then do not print data for it.

I have tried ="", =''., IsNull, Is Null, etc.  No dice.

Apitech
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specify the field you want or fields you want to check.

=iif(Field1.Value=true ,false, true)
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