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SSRS use a expression in calculation

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I have a SSRS report that has a couple of calculated expressions, I want to take one of the expressions and use it in a new calculation.  Is there a way to may a expression a variable so I can use it in a calculation?

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Harish Varghese earned 500 total points
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Yes. You can give a name to your first expression filed and refer to that as ReportItems in another expression. But there are restrictions in doing this when you use aggregate functions.
For example, if you use below expression in a cell in Taxlix and the name of that cell (TextBox) is txtAmount:
=Fields!Qty.Value * Fields!UnitPrice.Value

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You can use below expression referring to above formula as:
=ReportItems!txtAmount.Value/100

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by:Vikas Garg
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Hi,

Yes you can copy the value of your expression to a parameter and then can use that parameter in other expression or calculation

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Thank you for your help.
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