SSRS Expressions

How do you calculate RunningValue with (ReportItems!Textbox56.value) type of values.

The calculations are in decimal values and (ReportItems!Textbox56.value) calculation is  = IIF((((Fields!UNITBIDAMOUNT.Value) <> 0 or (Fields!BILLINGQTY.Value))  <> 0) , (Fields!UNITBIDAMOUNT.Value) * ( Fields!BILLINGQTY.Value), 0)
December2000Asked:
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wdosanjosCommented:
You should add it as a Calculated Field to your Dataset.
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December2000Author Commented:
Wow Thanks @ wdosanjos!

I am sort of a newbie, Then I would use the RunningValue? I am trying to get the net value for the invoice but, I am getting the line value with the sum() expression.
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wdosanjosCommented:
I'm not sure I understand your last question/statement, but you can use the Calculated Value as any other field defined in the Dataset.
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December2000Author Commented:
SSRS indicates that you can't use calculated fields for aggregates  (ReportItems!Textbox56.value) is a sum of one field added to another.
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wdosanjosCommented:
You should use the calculated value added to your Dataset, something like =Sum(Fields!YourRunningValue.Value).
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December2000Author Commented:
Thank you!
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