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SSRS hide Subreport if duplicate

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1. I have a sub-report nested within a 2 layer group. Is it possible to hid the subreport if it was already printed fora previous group value?

2. Would it be possible to drop a Public variable to the sub report with the grouped field value and use it to check if it was already populated hide?
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You pass the it in as parameter on the main to the sub-reports.

Subreports are just standalone reports that can be attached to the main report.

Run the sub reports by themselves until the right data is being product. then add it to the main report.
You should not need to recheck a report if you have it setup right.
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The description from planocz is basically how to use a sub-report. I was asking for problematically display/hide the sub report. But the explanation is valid.
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