Rolling totals in SQL Reporting Services SSRS

I have a rolling total sorted by most recent date:

DATE - VALUE - RUNNING TOTAL
10/1/2011 - 5 - 5
10/3/2011 - 4 - 9
10/5/2011 - 10 - 19
10/7/2011 -  5 - 24

I have criteria already setup that if my running total exceeds 10, it highlights the row.  In my example above, the date 10/5/2011 is when I would be over 10.

I'm using RunningValue to do the Sum and that is working fine, but how can I identify the value of 10/5/2011 in my example and display that in the parent group?
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chrismcCommented:
This is best done in the SQL query returning the results.

Create a temporary table to hold the values you've listed above, include a blank column to hold the "threshold date".
Here is a link on running totals in SQL;
     http://geekswithblogs.net/Rhames/archive/2008/10/28/calculating-running-totals-in-sql-server-2005---the-optimal.aspx

Find the threshold date using something similar to;

    Declare @Threshold DateTime
    Select @Threshold = Min(Date) From @TempTable Where RunningTotal >= 10
    Update @TempTable
        Set ThresholdCrossed = @Threshold

This will place the date the threshold was crossed onto every record. Making it available to your parent group just by using the Threshold field from the query.

Hope that helps?
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