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SSRS Parameter Changes to Internal on Save


SSRS Parameter Changes to Internal on Save

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chris.ross 34852
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Hello! I've experiencing something weird in SSRS Report Builder 3.0. I have a parameter called AgeGroup that is meant to be visible, is of type text and connects to MDX data sources for it's available and default values. The parameter functions properly in preview mode however, when I save the report and re-open it (in a browser or report builder) the AgeGroup parameter's visibility value is set to Internal.

I have recreated the report in both Report Builder and VS and have experience the same results. Also, I have parameters in this and other reports configured exactly the same as the AgeGroup parameter. All others function properly

Any ideas?

Thx,
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Got it sorted out. I changed the name of the parameter itself and the problem stopped. I'm not sure why that fixed it though.
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