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Show/Hide table based on expression

Posted on 2015-01-12
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i want to show or hide a table based on an expression.  This is not working for me.  It is ALWAYS showing

=IIf(InStr(First(Fields!TransmittalNumber.Value, "DataSet1"), "P") > 1, True,False)

WHY???
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ACtually, I am using this:

=IIf(InStr(Fields!TransmittalNumber.Value, "C") > 1, True,False)
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Phillip Burton earned 500 total points
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Why not just say

=InStr(Fields!TransmittalNumber.Value, "C") > 1
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