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Thanks again for all the help so far. I'm doing an SSRS report (using SQL, on prem 2015) for Opportunities and there is a requirement to pull the stage from the business process flow.
I've managed to pull a dataset for FilteredProcessStage (Processstage) which has a stagename field, so I did an expression of =lookup(fields!processid.Value, fields!processid.Value, fields!stagename.Value, "Processstage") but this just pulls the same stage (the first one), not the one related to the opportunity.
I'm missing something, but I can't see what! Any help greatly appreciateD!
Try to use something like:
=lookup(fields!stageid.Value, fields!processstageid.Value, fields!stagename.Value, "Processstage")
Thanks ever so much!
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