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How can I add another field and another specific member in ssrs expression ?

Posted on 2014-12-24
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This formula expression is working as needed.
=sum(IIf(Fields!CAT_ACTUAL_BUDGET.Value="Actual",Fields!SIGNEDDATA.Value,0))

Desired:
Add Fields!DS.Value "TOTW"  
as a filter on the cell where the current formula runs
=sum(IIf(Fields!CAT_ACTUAL_BUDGET.Value="Actual",Fields!SIGNEDDATA.Value,0))

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Add (including a space before the word " and")

And Fields!DS.Value = "TOTW" 

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After "Actual" and before the comma.
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