Reporting Services call stored procedure and pass variable number of parameters.

My requirement is:  Have  SSRS reports with many parameters ( flag, single and multi-value).  I need to take each parameter and pass it to a stored procedure to be stored in a table ( ParamName, ParmValue ).  Since I do not know what parameters I will have in a given report, I would like my stored procedure be able to accept a dynamic list of parm names and values.  I found examples of what to do to pass one multi value parameter and use a table value data type but I could not find anything about what I need.  As an example:
Report 1
Start Date
District
Include Flag
Report2
Start Date
Terr
Exclude Flag

Would like one stored procedure that would accept   both sets of parms in some kind of dynamic way.

Any thoughts would be greatly appreciated.
Thanks
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Jim HornMicrosoft SQL Server Developer, Architect, and AuthorCommented:
I do not believe this is possible. SSRS, like SSIS requires a 'contract' mapping between its data sets and reports such that if the contract breaks, the report breaks.   So to pull off a workaround you'll likely have to allow for all parameters, pass NULLs for the ones that are not populated, and have the SP handle that.
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Russ SuterCommented:
It is technically possible using Dynamic SQL but that will pretty much eliminate all of the security benefits of using stored procedures. Definitely not recommended.
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