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Old February 5th, 2006, 10:07 PM
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Default SSRS 2005 Matrix Totals Problem!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

I wasn't able to get my totals working accurately in a table footer using SUM, so I though hmm, maybe try matrix...well, still same type of problems...a bit different but still, my totals are not totalling the columns!

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http://www.photopizzaz.biz/matrix_totals_problem.jpg

I don't know what else to do, I give up at this point and need help from someone here who has already gone through these headaches!

I don't understand why BOL doesn't address more complicated issues such as this...they barely tell you anything there.


 
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u should use agregate function in your fields to get it correct in total field,
by proper grouping it will keep same info in detail rows, and do its job in total

/I am strugling with totals also. My problem is how to decide which value to put in field when I am doing matrix most upper group total - I want to get the second option, but It always gives me the first

=switch(avg(Fields!subtype.Value) <= 2, countdistinct(Fields!contact_id.Value),avg(Fields! subtype.Value) > 2,sum(Fields!p_count.Value))
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