I have a report that is always two pages long. Since I can't have a report footer I made a page footer and set PrintOnFirstPage = false. The problem is that there is a huge blank area on the first page where the footer is suppressed. Is there a way around this? Or a way to actually make a report footer?
1. Set up your parameter at the report level as usual, check the box Multi-value, and set the Data Type to String
2. Set the Stored Procedure Parameter to varchar(max) --<---- This part here is the key to it's success
Example: @cst_key var…
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