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SSRS with sp, should have same Paremeter Order or not?


SSRS with sp, should have same Paremeter Order or not?

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HI, all

Just want to confirm do I need to care that my rdl param list should correspond to order of params in the sp? aka be positional (in the order they displayed in the Paremeter list in rdl?

Or they still work by their names ?

because when you run sp with parametes order is critical I think unless you specify names of param explicitly ? And I mean paremeters which are completely isolated from each other, no any dependencies exist for them

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mario17 (6/9/2014)
Or they still work by their names ?

This is correct.

The names should correspond to parameters fed in your Data Source. Their screen position and/or order in the list shouldn't matter.


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