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Old August 22nd, 2006, 04:45 PM
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Default Chart Visibility

Can you add visibility to a CHART?? similar to table item visibility --->

=iif(Sum(Fields!inherent_high.Value, "PreviousQuarter") = 0 AND Sum(Fields!inherent_medium.Value, "PreviousQuarter") = 0, True, False).

I need to make the chart item invisible IIF no result returned from the dataset. Thanks for any help.

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you've got the answer. have you tried it? go to the properties window of the chart your wanting to hide and look for "Visibility" and insert your expression. click on the properties box that references "False" and select the button to the right and click on "<Expression...>"
insert your solution and execute your report. . .

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