I have a fairly new (several months old) SSRS 2016 instance running.
In the top right corner, there is a search box. I can search from it and it finds the reports I am looking for and I am quite happy with that part. The problem is when I click on a report AFTER searching, it is appending "?filter=<search terms>" to the URL and the report tells me:SQL Server Reporting Services
Reporting Services Error
- An attempt was made to set a report parameter 'filter' that is not defined in this report. (rsUnknownReportParameter)
SQL Server Reporting Services
Which makes sense as I have no report parameter called "filter". Is there a way to strip out the search parameter when I click on a link to view an SSRS report?
This is using IE version 11 and SSRS version 13.0.4422.0.
If I modify the URL and remove the "?filter=<search terms>", the report loads successfully.
One fix that I could think of was to create a parameter called "filter" but not actually use it in the report. I don't like that solution as it feels a bit hacky, but if that is what needs to be done, I may have no choice.