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I have 2  matrix table . in a report layout. They have the same fields from the dataset in them.

there is a field in the dataset that is not in either of the tables that I would like to use to determine what record is display in each table


dataset
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A
b
c
d
version


if version is 1  then table A

table A

a  b  c  d

if version is 2  then table B

Table B

A B  C  d
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Jason Yousef, MS earned 500 total points
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Hi,

you have 2 options:

1-you can create 2 datasets, one datset for each matrix,  and add a where clause to the query to limit each version to each dataset.
2-add a IIF condition on the visibility property of each of the matrixs, to display only it's version of rows.

use this link as an example reference for the same concept , http://lukehayler.com/2010/02/custom-visibility-toggling-ssrs-2008/
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Thank you soory for getting back late
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