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SSRS Report Allow multiple on showing 1st selection results

Posted on 2014-12-09
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I have a Parameter setup to look for Return Types.  The parameter is looking at a query for the results and I have allow multiples selected but it only shows the results from the first selection.  What am I doing wrong?
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Far too little information provided for me to assist.

The best thing I can do this is this - creating a multivalued parameter may require more than only clicking the "Allow multiple values" box.

It may be as simple as changing the SQL from "WHERE MyProduct = @MyProductID" to "WHERE MyProduct in (@MyProductID)"; but it may be more.

I can recommend the book "SQL Server 2012 Reporting Services Blueprints" - chapter 1 talks about multivalued and cascading parameters, and how to parse them.
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