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SSRS 2008 Parameters with multi value

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Hi guys. I'm trying to create a report in BIDS with SSRS 2008 that prompts the user for a location, the user can only choose one of three locations, but at the same time each choice has multiple values assigned to it.

The SQL query has this:

WHERE (LOC_ID IN (@Location))

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I setup the report parameters as follows:
 
 Those are the labels and values assigned to eachLike that it doesn't work. But if i assign only 1 value to each label, it works fine.
And I also tried with quotation marks, (ex. '22', '23') and still doesn't work.



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try
select * from yourtable
where (',' + @location + ',') like '%,' + LOC_ID + ',%'

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so just to clarify the above will work for a variable @location without quotation marks.
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That did it, thanks for your help.
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