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BOOK: Professional SQL Server Reporting Services ISBN: 0-7645-6878-7
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Hi All,
I am new to SSRS.
i have an report like this
FirstName LastName Age
X Y 12
A B 13

based on particular condition I want to show this report should be displayed as
CustomerFirstName CustomerLastName CustomerAge
X Y 12
A B 13

so what i mean it by .. I want to change the column header text,based on some value...
Please give me some pointer to achieve it,thanks in advance

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Hello,

Try this

=IIF(SomeValue.Value = xxx, "CustomerFirstName ", "FirstName")

Place this Expression in the Column Header for the First Column. SImilarly Place the Expression in Other two column Headers with Respecting Column names.

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