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Posted Wednesday, August 27, 2014 10:22 PM
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I have to Create 2 Reports (Parent,Child) applying drillthrough report .Child Report level creating single value parameter,When i am passing parent to child report parameneter value is not passing using MDX.

Can u pls help me on this.
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Posted Thursday, August 28, 2014 12:34 AM


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How do you do the drillthrough? With a drillthrough action on an object?
Can you post a screenshot of the configuration?




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I'm going to assume you are using SSRS here....if so you have to be careful when passing parameters from one report to the other using mdx (for a number of reasons including how the sub report expects to consume the parameter) - try changing the expression of the value you are passing to be fields!whateveryouarepassing.UniqueName as a starter for ten.

If you are passing through the value of a parameter already selected and it is multi-value, SSRS will default to the first item in the array (0). Remove this to pass them all.

We need more detail really





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