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How to Join or combine two data columns in a Tablix - Report Builder SSRS

How to Join or combine two data columns in a Tablix - Report Builder SSRS

How to Join or combine two data columns in a Tablix - Report Builder SSRS

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Hello,

I am working in SQL Server 2016 report builder. I need to use any marker or indicator when the value in a data column is NULL, otherwise display the value.

I was dealing with the indicators and after inserted a column beside then I could to set an indicator for the NULL values but How can I join both columns and display just one column (House Number) displaying the indicator when it is NULL or the value when it is not NULL rather than two columns how it is in the file attached??


Thank you so much in advance for any suggestion or advice

GonFer

RE: How to Join or combine two data columns in a Tablix - Report Builder SSRS

If you are using a Tablix for the data, they you should be able to dynamically hide the column, and thus the other column(s) should shift to the left.

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