SSRS Expression Nest IIF Proper Syntax

I am trying to create an expression in SSRS.

If WeightedIndexFloor.Value is NULL and Fields!LienType.Value = "Equity" then i want to return "NA". If the value is anything other that "Equity" then I want to return "None" for that NULL value.

This is part of the expression. It gives me NA when Lien Type = "Equity".

=IIF(ISNOTHING(Fields!WeightedIndexFloor.Value) and Fields!LienType.Value="Equity","NA",Fields!WeightedIndexFloor.Value)

However I am having an issue trying to nest the second IIf statement where Fields!WeightedIndexFloor.Value Is NULL and Fields!LienType.Value <> "Equity" and I need to return "None" for the NULL value.

=IIF(ISNOTHING(Fields!WeightedIndexFloor.Value) and Fields!LienType.Value<>"Equity","None",Fields!WeightedIndexFloor.Value)

Would someone be able assist with the proper expression?

Thanks in advance.

Rob M.
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Bill PrewIT / Software Engineering ConsultantCommented:
Try this:


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(Updated: Corrected typo on IFF making it IIF)


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Nest IIF's can get ugly, you could use Switch:
=Switch (   IsNothing(Fields!WeightedIndexFloor.Value) and Fields!LienType.Value =  "Equity", "NA"
	    ,  IsNothing(Fields!WeightedIndexFloor.Value) and Fields!LienType.Value <> "Equity", "None"
	    ,  True, Fields!WeightedIndexFloor.Value

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Bill's suggestion seems to be the way to go.  I'd just change the IFF to IIF

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Rob M.Author Commented:
Thanks all. Both expressions are working solutions. I appreciate your responses.
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