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Posted on 2007-11-26
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I am publishing the SSRS report to users using http://localhost/ReportServer/myReportName. By default, this displays the report with PARAMETER tab at the top. I would like to collapse/hide the parameter tab by when the users see the report but they can click the "SHOW/HIDE PARAMETERS" button to see the parameters.  
I used &rc:Parameters=false to hide the tab then the users cannot see the tab again, I want it to HIDE by default.

Many thanks.
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I've been through the available settings in the config file (rsreportserver.config) and I can't find any way of setting this as a default.

One option you could look at is to create a menu report, just containing a list of links to other reports. You can then build up the URL string as you want, including the parameters=False; even giving an option if required of parameters or no parameters.

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If you set rc:parameter=Collapsed, the parameters area will not be displayed, but can be toggled by the end user.
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by:tekkie2
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But where do you set this value when designing the report?
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I have the same question as @tekkie2.... ?
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