It avoids the division by zero in the denominator by adding the smallest possible Double value to it ( Double. Epsilon , which is 4.94e-324 ).

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## How do you avoid divide by zero in SSRS?

It avoids the division by zero in the denominator by adding the smallest possible Double value to it ( Double. Epsilon , which is 4.94e-324 ).

## How do you divide in SSRS expression?

- Public Function Divide(Num1 as double, Num2 as double) AS double.
- IF IsNothing(Num1) Or IsNothing(Num2) Or Num1 = 0 Or Num2 = 0 Then.
- Divide = 0.
- ELSE.
- Divide = Num1 / Num2.
- END IF.
- End Function.
- If that still does not work, then try to bring these values in the query itself.

**How does Ssrs handle NaN error?**

The best solution to resolve this problem is to create a custom function. IsNothing() is used to avoid #Error and check whether the divisor or the dividend are 0 to avoid NaN and Infinity. Next you can update the fields textbox properties to make the number display as a percentage.

### How do I hide #sror in SSRS?

Change the font to be the color of the background if Fields! Value_Denominator. Value=0 and you won’t see the error message.

### What is IsNothing in SSRS?

A common tool used in building SQL Server reports is expressions, to either control content or appearance. Functions are almost always used at some point within an expression. A particular function we are going to touch on in this article is called IsNothing.

**IS Null THEN 0 in SSRS?**

Value) is Null (the IsNothing() function that it is in returns a True if it is Null and a Fales if it isn’t), then a zero is returned by the expression; otherwise the SUM(Fields! SubTotal. Value) is used.

#### How do you replace blank values in SSRS?

If we are getting the data from a Database, we can use ISNull or COALESCE function to replace Null values with values we would like. But if we want to replace the Null/Blank values in SSRS Report, we need to use IIF and Isnothing functions in expressions.

#### What does NaN mean in SSRS?

Value is showing as 0 however in a few of my results instead of reading 0% in my percentage column it is actually reading NaN (Not a Number).

**Does Ssrs use DAX?**

Excel, SSRS, and SSMS are all limited in their support for DAX when retrieving data from a SSAS tabular instance. In fact, you can’t even use DAX in Report Builder. Given these limitations, it might seem surprising that an SSAS tabular database can be configured in DirectQuery mode, which supports only DAX queries.

## Is null parameter in SSRS?

Your SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS) report has a multi value parameter, but it doesn’t show NULL in the parameter drop down along with the other parameter values. In SSRS a multi-value parameter cannot include a NULL value, so users can’t filter the data for NULL values.