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SSRS STACKED BAR CHART shows zero at begining and end of each bar

Posted on 2014-10-15
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I have SSRS 2008 r2 Report built using report builder. My data source is sharepoint list.
I created a stacked bar chart to show employees status between specific time period. I have "assigned to" multi valued parameter. Start and end date filters. Report shows data correctly but adds a zero at the beginning and end of the each bar. Attched screen shots and rdl file for your reference .Please guide me how to fix the issue. Any help will be appreciated.
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Question by:asrithap
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aren't those zeros just the data labels for your chart?

you're using a stacked bar of three series Assigned, Closed, Onhold

Randal has 0 Assigned and 0 Onhold so the zeros show
and Elliot has 1 Onhold.

-you can change the position of your data labels or change your visualization all together.

what would you like to see for the cases where someone only has one type of status? eg. Randal
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I wrote series expression to fix this.
=IIF(Count(Fields!Assigned_To.Value)=0,"",Count(Fields!Assigned_To.Value))
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by:asrithap
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i found the expression to fix the issue
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