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SSRS REFRESHING A DOWNDOWN BASED ON ANOTHER DROP DOWN

Posted on 2014-10-24
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I have an SSRS Report that has a drop down for storeID and then another drop down for Planogram.  Now each store has x planograms and each planogram is in x stores.

When the user selects a store id, I want the planogram drop down to populate the planograms that are just in that store.

I have a stored proc that take a storenumber parameter with a default value of 0 which returns all planograms or return the planograms for that store.  The stored proc works fine from Query Manager.

When the user selects a store the planogram drop down will not refresh.    I know it is not the stored proc because it returns the correct values when I run it from Query Manager.  

I have checked the auto refresh and always refresh but the planogram drop down continues to display all the planograms.  

Has anybody got any idea of how to force a dropdown to refresh.
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>When the user selects a store id, I want the planogram drop down to populate the planograms that are just in that store.
Two possibilities come to mind

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The planogram data set is a stored procedure where you have not correctly set up a parameter to be the store parameter just selected, and

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The parameters section shows planogram then store, instead of store then planogram, so that it won't refresh planogram when store is selected.
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Is there anyway I can see the SQL that is being run when the dropdown changes?
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