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Parameter Alias


Parameter Alias

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Mohamed I.
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Maybe the parameter type is not correct ?
Can you post all the screenshot of the parameter configuration please
And the table definition
Thanks

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Here are the screen shots.


STATUS IN (@Status) --('4','10','30')


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General.PNG (4 views, 30.00 KB)
Available Values.PNG (3 views, 31.00 KB)
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The parameter name is misspelled as "Stauts," which could be the main issue. Also, if the original status values are integers, then you should change the Data type of the parameter to integer as well, so that no implicit conversion needs to take place in the comparison operation.
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Caught the mispelling after I posted the images. Fixed both issues and still get the comma error.
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can you repost all the dataset and the query using this parameter ?
is the parameter used on a data region in the report ?

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