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ssrs error variable name '@pCNum' has already been declared. variable names must be unique within a...


ssrs error variable name '@pCNum' has already been declared. variable names must be unique within a query batch or stored procedure. "

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In an existing SSRS 2008 report, I am getting the following error message when I run the ssrs report:
"query execution failed for dataset 'getMilestones'. The variable name '@pCNum' has already been declared. variable names must be unique within a query batch or stored procedure. "
The parameter called 'pCNum' is the only paramter by that name that I can see. This is a cascading paramter. There are at least 2 parameters that reference 'pCustomerNumber'. Thus I am not certain what could be wrong. Could the order of how the parameters str declared make a difference?

Would you let me know what you think is wrong so that I could try to resolve this issue?
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Not enough info to really help. Unfortunately we can't see what you see. May help if you post the procedure that is being run for this report.

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Are you declaring @pCNum in the dataset code?

In SSRS you don't declare the parameter in code. That's how BIDS determines it's a report parameter.
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