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SSRS export to CSV Hidden rows still appear

Posted on 2014-02-07
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Within the row visibility I hide rows based on the following expresion:
=IIF(Round(Sum(Fields!prod_balance.Value*Fields!unit_conv.Value),3)=0.000,True,False)

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In the export to CSV those rows are not hidden. How do I hide/suppress those rows in the CSV?
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>How do I hide/suppress those rows in the CSV?
Last I remember this is not possible.  The csv will contain all data, regardless of whether the .rdl hides it in Preview Mode or not.
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I guess we have to change to SQL Statement in the Dataset to remove them then...
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