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SSRS Adding Extra Zero (0) in Vertical Axis

Posted on 2014-01-09
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Hi guys,

I have got a stored procedure which has got the Service Area, Percent Completed and Month End columns.

The percent column in stored procedure contains something like (60,70,80) etc but the report is adding an extra zero in vertical axes. I am using 0'%';(0'%') to show the percent sign.

SSRS Displays an extra zero
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Thanks for looking into it. Actually i noticed that my stored procedure was returning the repeating rows and the the value field in the series was Sum(Pcomp) i changed it to Max(Pcomp) and it works fine now.

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