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Passing Stored procedure to dataset in ssrs


Passing Stored procedure to dataset in ssrs

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saurabhnil
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Hi all

I have created a SSRS report and defined dataset for the same. In this one can give stored procedure name or query for that dataset.

I want to pass stored procedure name to a data set in SSRS through .NET code


- Anyone has any solutiong for this ?
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Solution for this problem I was thinking will be so different. But its just the common way.

Instead of giving stored procedures name - i have given

"= Parameters!Stored_Proc_Name.Value"

So one can pass stored procedure name as a parameter.

This is working for me.
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