Entering mutiple integer values as a parameter for SSRS report.

I have a report for which I need to enter multiple integer values in the "District Number" parameter.

The report works correctly when I enter a single value, such as 27.  I get an error "not valid for its type, when I enter 27,48

I am using SQL Server 2012.

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Jose TorresCertified Database AdministratorCommented:
The parameter is probably INT and it can't handle the comma.
You need to change the parameter to text and make sure that the underlying sql can handle the parameter having a command and not having a comma.
CloudAppsOwnerAuthor Commented:

I changed the parameter from Integer to Text.

In the underlying sql, I am using CAST(Wells.DistrictNumber AS NVARCHAR(7)). I no longer get an error messaged, but nothing is reported. Entering a single value such as 27 still works.

What am I missing?

Jose TorresCertified Database AdministratorCommented:
You need to split the values from the parameter and also modify the where clause to accept multiple values right now is probably looking for the exact value passed by the parameter

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