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Using WHERE in Expression

Posted By:      Posted Date: September 24, 2010    Points: 0   Category :Sql Server


Problem: I have 2 DataSets, and I look for this:
TextBox1 with value from DataSet2 has to show ToolTip-Value from DataSet1
DataSet2.Fields!MEASURE_NAME.Value = DataSet1.Fields!ArgName.Value

What I'm doing now is this in the TextBox1.ToolTip
=IIF( Fields!MEASURE_NAME.Value = First(Fields!ArgName.Value,

"DataSet1"), First(Fields!AegDescription.Value, "DataSet1"), Fields!MEASURE_NAME.Value)

And it is working, but it's working only for the First Fields! argument,

How to solve this please?

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