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Pass a parameter value to a Dataset Parameter in SSRS 2008


Pass a parameter value to a Dataset Parameter in SSRS 2008

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halarnkar.ishan
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I have a dataset with a parameter as which is passed to a query as shown below.


The issue here is DataSet parameter queryOptions does not accept the value from the Report Parameter Date.

If i hardcode any value e.g <CalendarDate> 08/11/2012 </CalendarDate> instead of <CalendarDate> = Parameters!Date.Value </CalendarDate> the report works fine.

What wrong am i doing while passing parameter.

I even created another Dataset Parameter named Date and assigned Parameter Value [@Date] even that did not work.

Note: Parameter Date is of type DateTime
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I believe your parameter expression is invalid.

You should try.

="<XML><CalendarDate> " + = FormatDatetime(Parameters!Date.Value.ShortDate).ToString()+ "</CalendarDate> </XML>"
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