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I discovered it unintentionally one day, but if you need to refer to another cell in a ssrs report you can simply use


Today I used it when referring to a cell that was counting groups, setting the visibility based upon how many groups existed.  You have to, of course, keep in mind your grouping sets.  (you can only access a cell that is higher than the one you are on).

What’s crazy about ssrs.  The case sensitivity will bite you every time.  The class (‘reportitems’) is not case sensitive, but the textbox is..and the property (‘value’) isn’t.  So watch for that.



Globals.ExecutionTime (The date and time that the report began to run. )





Written by matt

October 31, 2008 at 3:26 pm

Posted in Report Services

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