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February 22, 2012

Adding “ALL” Parameter in SSRS (Reblog)

Marlon Ribunal's Note On SQL Server

One of the most common business requirements for SQL Server Reporting Services is that an SSRS Report should be dynamic. Dynamic in a sense that the report consumer can query the report in a variety of ways. In this post, I will demonstrate how you can add a parameter value “ALL” to return all of the desired result.

I have four parameters in this report; all of them are optional (can be NULL). I will demonstrate the optionality in a different post. For the mean time, let me demonstrate how to add “ALL” in a parameter.

My parameter, which we alias here as “param1”, is optional. Here is how I created my statement in TSQL and wrapped it in a Stored Procedure:

As you can see, a simple “Union ALL” statement can do the job. I can include NULL value in param1 because that parameter is meant to…

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