Emulate “.contains()” in Reporting Services

Question!

I have a dataset in Reporting Services that looks something like this:

 ID  |  Type  | Name   
-----+--------+--------  
  1  |   A    | Mary  
  2  |   A    | Joe  
  3  |   D    | Steve  
 12  |   F    | Irving

I want to show a textbox IF AND ONLY IF there exists a row where type = A. Basically, I want to do "Fields!Type.Contains("A")" and bind the visibility to the result. Is this a backwards approach?



Answers

Create an invisible column with an expression that returns 1 if the value of the Type column is A. Create a sum of that column and use that in the expression behind the visibility property of your TextBox.



There is msbuild syntax that should help you with this. Take a look at the following links:

You should try adding a facade build file for CruiseControl to call that will delegate to your solution files with a construct similar to the following:

<Project xmlns="http://schemas.microsoft.com/developer/msbuild/2003">
    <Choose>
            <!-- If the toto CCNETRequestSource was submitted -->
    	<When Condition="'$(CCNetRequestSource)'=='toto'">
    	    <PropertyGroup>
    		    <Target Name="toto">
    		        <MSBuild Projects="MyProject.sln" Properties="Configuration=Debug" Targets="toto" />
    		    </Target>
    	    </PropertyGroup> 
    	</When>
            <Otherwise><!-- Place your standard build call here --></Otherwise>
    </Choose>
    </Target>
</Project>


If the browser people see this as a security and/or usability problem, then the answer to your question is to simply not close the window, since by definition they will come up with solutions for your workaround anyway. There is a nice summation about the reasoning why the choice have been in the firefox bug database https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=190515#c70

So what can you do?

Change the specification of your website, so that you have a solution for these people. You could for instance take it as an opportunity to direct them to a partner.

That is, see it as a handoff to someone else that (potentially) needs it. As an example, Hanselman had a recent article about what to do in the other similar situation, namely 404 errors: http://www.hanselman.com/blog/PutMissingKidsOnYour404PageEntirelyClientSideSolutionWithYQLJQueryAndMSAjax.aspx

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