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I'm very new in SSRS and have limited knowledge on expressions in reports
I have multiple check box in CRM, in which each check box is a field and has a data type of two options.
What I need to do is get the checked fields and display it on a single cell separated by a comma.
Can I do this without creating any queries ng SQL, just expressions or calculated field in the report builder? and please guide me how.
You should be able to get this just using expressions. Please see the example below
You could try something like the following
=Fields!CheckBox1.Value & "," & Fields!CheckBox2.Value & "," & Fields!CheckBox3.Value
If you want values to be shown in custom format, you could convert the values using IIF
=iif(Fields!CheckBox1.Value, "Yes", "No") & "," & =iif(Fields!CheckBox2.Value, "Yes", "No")
Thanks for the feedback, what if I only want to display fields that has a value of 'YES' among them?
You could consider leaving the false/no value blank
=iif(Fields!CheckBox1.Value, "Yes", "") & "," & =iif(Fields!CheckBox2.Value, "Yes", "")
You may extra commas, but you could consider replacing comma with space or add more conditions to the expression to cater for that as well.
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