[Solved] How to use multiple conditions (With AND) in IIF expressions in ssrs

I just want to hide rows in SSRS report having Zero Quantity..
There are following multiple Quantity Columns like Opening Stock , Gross Dispatched,Transfer Out, Qty Sold, Stock Adjustment and Closing Stock etc..
I am doing this task by using following expression.

    =IIF(Fields!OpeningStock.Value=0 AND Fields!GrossDispatched.Value=0 AND 
Fields!TransferOutToMW.Value=0 AND Fields!TransferOutToDW.Value=0 AND 
Fields!TransferOutToOW.Value=0 AND Fields!NetDispatched.Value=0 AND Fields!QtySold.Value=0 
AND Fields!StockAdjustment.Value=0 AND Fields!ClosingStock.Value=0,True,False)

But by using this expression in row visibility, report hides all the rows except Totals Row. Even though report should show rows having Quantities of above mentioned columns.
Total values are shown correct.

Note: I set this row visibility expression on Detail Row.

Without using expression result is as following.

For the first 2 rows all the quantities are 0 (ZERO), i want to hide these 2 rows.

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How can i fix this problem or which expression must i use to get required results?

Thanks in Advance for help.

Solution #1:

Could you try this out?

=IIF((Fields!OpeningStock.Value=0) AND (Fields!GrossDispatched.Value=0) AND 
(Fields!TransferOutToMW.Value=0) AND (Fields!TransferOutToDW.Value=0) AND 
(Fields!TransferOutToOW.Value=0) AND (Fields!NetDispatched.Value=0) AND (Fields!QtySold.Value=0) 
AND (Fields!StockAdjustment.Value=0) AND (Fields!ClosingStock.Value=0),True,False)

Note: Setting Hidden to False will make the row visible

Respondent: almond eyes

Solution #2:

You don’t need an IIF() at all here. The comparisons return true or false anyway.

Also, since this row visibility is on a group row, make sure you use the same aggregate function on the fields as you use in the fields in the row. So if your group row shows sums, then you’d put this in the Hidden property.

=Sum(Fields!OpeningStock.Value) = 0 And
Sum(Fields!GrossDispatched.Value) = 0 And 
Sum(Fields!TransferOutToMW.Value) = 0 And
Sum(Fields!TransferOutToDW.Value) = 0 And
Sum(Fields!TransferOutToOW.Value) = 0 And
Sum(Fields!NetDispatched.Value) = 0 And
Sum(Fields!QtySold.Value) = 0 And
Sum(Fields!StockAdjustment.Value) = 0 And
Sum(Fields!ClosingStock.Value) = 0

But with the above version, if one record has value 1 and one has value -1 and all others are zero then sum is also zero and the row could be hidden. If that’s not what you want you could write a more complex expression:

=Sum(
    IIF(
        Fields!OpeningStock.Value=0 AND
        Fields!GrossDispatched.Value=0 AND
        Fields!TransferOutToMW.Value=0 AND
        Fields!TransferOutToDW.Value=0 AND 
        Fields!TransferOutToOW.Value=0 AND
        Fields!NetDispatched.Value=0 AND
        Fields!QtySold.Value=0 AND
        Fields!StockAdjustment.Value=0 AND
        Fields!ClosingStock.Value=0,
        0,
        1
    )
) = 0

This is essentially a fancy way of counting the number of rows in which any field is not zero. If every field is zero for every row in the group then the expression returns true and the row is hidden.

Respondent: PeterRing

Solution #3:

Here is an example that should give you some idea..

=IIF(First(Fields!Gender.Value,"vw_BrgyClearanceNew")="Female" and 
(First(Fields!CivilStatus.Value,"vw_BrgyClearanceNew")="Married"),false,true)

I think you have to identify the datasource name or the table name where your data is coming from.

Respondent: JC Ford

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