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Posted on 2013-06-10
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How can I get a total for the column that has this expression.
= iif(First(Fields!CurrencyBefore.Value, "dsAssociateClinic") = True, 
First(Fields!CurrencySymbol.Value, "dsAssociateClinic") & 
Format(iif(Sum(Fields!DiscountedPrice.Value, "dsAssociateClinic") < Fields!ToValue.Value, 
		iif( Sum(Fields!DiscountedPrice.Value, "dsAssociateClinic") - Fields!FromValue.Value > 0,
			(Sum(Fields!DiscountedPrice.Value, "dsAssociateClinic") - Fields!FromValue.Value) * Fields!Rate.Value,
			0),
			(Fields!ToValue.Value - Fields!FromValue.Value) * Fields!Rate.Value), "#,##0.00")

, 
Format(iif(Sum(Fields!DiscountedPrice.Value, "dsAssociateClinic") < Fields!ToValue.Value, 
		iif( Sum(Fields!DiscountedPrice.Value, "dsAssociateClinic") - Fields!FromValue.Value > 0,
			(Sum(Fields!DiscountedPrice.Value, "dsAssociateClinic") - Fields!FromValue.Value) * Fields!Rate.Value,
			0),
			(Fields!ToValue.Value - Fields!FromValue.Value) * Fields!Rate.Value), "#,##0.00")
& First(Fields!CurrencySymbol.Value, "dsAssociateClinic"))

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Note - I simplified the code a bit for a clearer understanding of it (the reformatting is optional - it is just my formatting style):

=Format(
	iif(Sum(Fields!DiscountedPrice.Value, "dsAssociateClinic") < Fields!ToValue.Value, 
		iif( Sum(Fields!DiscountedPrice.Value, "dsAssociateClinic") - Fields!FromValue.Value > 0,
			(Sum(Fields!DiscountedPrice.Value, "dsAssociateClinic") - Fields!FromValue.Value) * Fields!Rate.Value,
			0
			),
		(Fields!ToValue.Value - Fields!FromValue.Value) * Fields!Rate.VALUE
		), 
	iif(First(Fields!CurrencyBefore.Value, "dsAssociateClinic") = True, First(Fields!CurrencySymbol.Value, "dsAssociateClinic") & "#,##0.00", "#,##0.00" & First(Fields!CurrencySymbol.Value, "dsAssociateClinic"))
	)

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Your simplest solution would be a hidden column as the source of the data with only the values resulting from the conditional checks, with this column referencing that column for its output.
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