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Posted Thursday, June 20, 2013 5:28 PM


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Hi, I have had a look around and don't think there has been an article detailing a generic solution to saving SSRS parameters so they are remembered for the next run.

There have been a couple of articles about how to save parameters, but not a pluggable solution, so, as I have just built one that handles multi-value parameters and different parameter types, I thought it might be nice to write an article about it.

If you would like it, I would just like to know if there are any style guidelines for articles on the site?


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    NP. Look forward to seeing the article.

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