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Display Top Value in Group Header

Display Top Value in Group Header

Display Top Value in Group Header

SSRS 2008R2


I am in the process of converting my reports from Crystal to SSRS. I am struggling with the following (which of course, I could do in Crystal):

Group 1 Sales Person - Group 2 Client Group (grouped by Client Group, sorted Desc order by Commission):

Client Group -- Client Name -- Commissionn
ABC ABC $500 - Detail
ABC XYZ $200 - Detail
ABC RST $100 - Detail
ABC ABC $800 - Sub Total

JJJ JJJ $900 - Detail
JJJ TTT &300 - Detail
JJJ JJJ $1200 - Sub Total

Expected results - The Sum of Commission and the Highest Client Name;
ABC ABC $800 - Sub Total
JJJ JJJ $1200 -Sub Total

Max, Min, First, and Last Client Name do not work.

Any help would be appreciated.

RE: Display Top Value in Group Header

What do you mean by the "highest client name"?


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RE: Display Top Value in Group Header

The Client with the top Commission for the group, in this case:
ABC ABC $800 - Sub Total
JJJ JJJ $1200 -Sub Total


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