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Thursday, June 11, 2015

Include Report Parameter Selection Values in Report Output for SQL Server Reporting Services

In your SQL Sever Reporting Services report, if you don’t display the parameter values which are used to filter the report data then it will be very difficult to the end users to find the parameter values against which the report was ran. This is especially the case when a report is exported to another format i.e. Excel or PDF. So it is always a good idea to display the parameter values in the report. This tip will demonstrate how to display a single value and multi valued report parameter selection values in SQL Server Reporting Services.

This tip assumes that you have previous real world work experience building a simple SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS) Report with parameters. I have prepared this article in such a way that an SSRS beginner can also understand the problem and implement the solution. To demonstrate the solution, I will use AdventureworksDW2008R2 sample database for SQL Server and SQL Server 2012 Reporting Services.

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