1. The original report will be revised (Long story here). After revision, the report will be able to take "Parameter Profile".
(I have live report using this method, detail will not be discussed here)
The report after revision will be looks like this,
2. The report with the 224 missed one could be found from the system table - if they have good backup and kept long enough.
Assuming those 224 subscriptions just ran, all parameters will be saved in the report database/table in URL format.
The table content looks like below,
Then, the DB guy will need to profile/pick all the 224 (if applicable) and save them into a table, which the revised report will able to pickup.
Script is here (my environment is SSRS 2008R2, script may need revision to match other versions if required).
SELECT cat.Name, ex.InstanceName, ex.ReportID, ex.UserName, ex.Parameters, ex.TimeStart FROM ExecutionLog AS ex INNER JOIN Catalog AS cat ON ex.ReportID = cat.ItemID where ex.Parameters is not null ORDER BY ex.TimeStart DESC
3. In the subscription, create subscription or dds based on the saved profile within the time and recipient, done.
Note, the Parameter is asking for the ID corresponding to the figure 1 Parameter drop down. This information/data is saves in a table. Good thing is this can save some time when creating subscription on the parameter step ONLY. it won't help on the other steps.
This is being said, if the table "ExecutionLog" does not keep that long for the 224 subscription run, then....too bad, this method won't help.
*Due to the implementation is in live system, screenshot has been processed to mask/remove certain sensitive information.