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Reporting Services videos | SSRS Part 25 - Adding Code to Reports
Posted by Andrew Gould on 13 October 2014
Adding code to a report in Reporting Services is a neat way to avoid having to write a complex expression multiple times in the same report. This video shows you how to add some simple functions to a report and how to use those functions in expressions in report items.
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