SSRS Passing multi valued parameter to select statement

In the Query Designer, when I execute this, it works beautifully.  I put in multiple values and get results.  When I try to preview the report I get an error message that the query execution failed for the dataset.  Incorrect syntax near ','.   When running the report the multi value parameter @MatterID_ would be something like 10001.001,10001.002.  Is the problem at the place where I'm setting @MatterIDs_?

DECLARE @MatterIDs_ varchar(2000), @Delimiter CHAR(1)
SET @Delimiter = ','
SET @MatterIDs_ = @Delimiter + @MatterID_ + @Delimiter

Select vw_LP_ClientMatterLedgerHistory.MatterId
      , vw_LP_ClientMatterLedgerHistory.ClientId
      , vw_LP_ClientMatterLedgerHistory.ShortDesc
      , vw_LP_ClientMatterLedgerHistory.ClientSort
      , vw_LP_ClientMatterLedgerHistory.StmnNo
      , vw_LP_ClientMatterLedgerHistory.QMASTERCLIENT
      , vw_LP_ClientMatterLedgerHistory.InvoiceAmount
      , vw_LP_ClientMatterLedgerHistory.InvoiceDate
      , vw_LP_ClientMatterLedgerHistory.InvoicePayment
      , vw_LP_ClientMatterLedgerHistory.PaymentDate
      , vw_LP_ClientMatterLedgerHistory.InvoiceWriteoff
      , vw_LP_ClientMatterLedgerHistory.InvoiceUnapplied
From Prolaw.dbo.vw_LP_ClientMatterLedgerHistory as vw_LP_ClientMatterLedgerHistory

JOIN             (
            SELECT DISTINCT ParamValue = LTRIM(SUBSTRING(@MatterIDs_,N+1,CHARINDEX(@Delimiter,@MatterIDs_,N+1)-N-1))
            FROM dbo.DC_Tally
            WHERE N < LEN(@MatterIDs_)
                        AND SUBSTRING(@MatterIDs_,N,1) = @Delimiter
        ) Sub
       
       ON vw_LP_ClientMatterLedgerHistory.MatterId LIKE Sub.ParamValue + '%'
       or vw_LP_ClientMatterLedgerHistory.QMASTERCLIENT LIKE  Sub.ParamValue + '%'



Where
(((vw_LP_ClientMatterLedgerHistory.InvoiceDate >= @StartDate)
And (vw_LP_ClientMatterLedgerHistory.InvoiceDate <= @EndDate))
Or vw_LP_ClientMatterLedgerHistory.StmnNo = 99999999)
Order by vw_LP_ClientMatterLedgerHistory.ClientId
      , vw_LP_ClientMatterLedgerHistory.MatterId
      , vw_LP_ClientMatterLedgerHistory.StmnNo desc
      , vw_LP_ClientMatterLedgerHistory.InvoiceAmount desc
      --, vw_LP_ClientMatterLedgerHistory.StmnNo
      , vw_LP_ClientMatterLedgerHistory.InvoiceDate
      --, vw_LP_ClientMatterLedgerHistory.InvoiceAmount
      , vw_LP_ClientMatterLedgerHistory.PaymentDate
      , vw_LP_ClientMatterLedgerHistory.InvoicePayment
      , vw_LP_ClientMatterLedgerHistory.InvoiceWriteoff
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Vikas GargBusiness Intelligence DeveloperCommented:
Hi,

the above query seems ok while working with SQL because @MatterIDs_ parameter accepts single value.

If you wish to use multivalue parameter in SSRS you have to use that parameter as returning multi values

For ex. select * from table where id in (@MatterIDs_)

The below is very good link showing how to use multi value parameter in SSRS

SSRS Multi Value Parameter

Hope this would help
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