Ssrs default parameter not updating

Posted by / 03-Mar-2016 11:52

Ssrs default parameter not updating

You’ll want it show up at the top of your select list.A simple way to do this is to put a space before the A to make it sort to the top.Let Query Designer build your query for you by using outer brackets and replace: (Layout_Code IN (@Layout_Code)) with ( (‘ ALL’ IN (@Layout_Code)) OR (Layout_Code IN (@Layout_Code)) ) I suggest you have your WHERE clause already complete before adding the OR, since the results can get confusing.

I was determined to find a way, and here is how I did it.In this example I would like to allow the report to default to ALL Layout Codes, rather than selecting every Layout Code in the list.there is already a multi-select parameter in the report called Layout_Code, and the main query filters where Layout_Code IN (@Layout_Code) The first thing to do is add the value ‘ALL’ to your parameter query.SELECT DISTINCT Layout_Code FROM Your_Table UNION SELECT ‘ ALL’ AS Layout_Code ORDER BY Layout_Code Edit the where clause in your main query.If you are using Query Designer in Text mode, simply add this statement.

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You’ll need to add the OR clause to your underlying parameter queries where applicable.

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