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Default aggregate function

Hi There,
Having problems using the aggregate function.

Here's the definition - Aggregate(Expression, Scope)

I want to
For the cell contents I am trying:
=Aggregate(Fields!Amt.value,"EmployeeNameGroup")

I get the error "Scope value must be a string equal to the name of a group, region or dataset." The EmployeeNameGroup is the name of the group from the "Edit Group" dialog box.

Any ideas on the correct value for the scope field.

Thanks for caring.

Paul O



 


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