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How to pass Null value to Multivalue Parameters in SSRS


How to pass Null value to Multivalue Parameters in SSRS

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TomGuide
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Hi Folks,

Could you please help me out, how can I pass Null Values to Multivalue Parameters dropdown and how can I make the NULL as default when user first runs the report?

Many thanks for all your help.
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1)Click to open up the parameter folder in your report solution
2)Right click on the appropriate parameter that you want to pass a null value on
3)Under the "General" tab, make sure the "Allow Null Value "check box is selected.
4) Under the "Default Value" tab, select "Specify Value"

When you run the report, you should have the option to select multiple values or a null.

I hope that helps!
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