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Helper II
Helper II

Drillthrough from Power BI Service to Power BI Report Server On -Prem

Hi,

 

I currently have a button in my power bi desktop Pbix that has the action of web url  that takes you to report server on prem.

However , how does one parse parameters  to web url from power bi to report server using power bi "selectedvalue" I would imagine.

 The 3 parameters is:

 

Region

Channel

Category

 

 

I was thinking of web url + selectedvalue? 

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Super User IX
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Re: Drillthrough from Power BI Service to Power BI Report Server On -Prem

@VilenMFNB , Refer, if this can help https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/power-bi/service-url-filters



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Helper II
Helper II

Re: Drillthrough from Power BI Service to Power BI Report Server On -Prem

Hi.

 

Thanks for your reply.  Informative website from MS regarding URL.

I attempted the following :

 

http://reports:8080/PowerBIReports/powerbi/Private%20Test/Compliance/Compliance_CRS_KYC%20-Detail?filter=FXXXXX\FXXXXXX ClientRestraint_ReportData/Region eq 'Inland'

 

I have a filter in my power bi pane as "Region". So it does land the page in report server but does not filter.

One more thing how would I make this 'inland' value a dynamic value like "SelectedValue in power Bi and can I do the same for a paginated report?

Thanks

 

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Community Support
Community Support

Re: Drillthrough from Power BI Service to Power BI Report Server On -Prem

Hi @VilenMFNB 

 

I have no idea about the drill through from power bi service to power bi report server. 

please kindly raise your issue to the support team for better advice:

https://powerbi.microsoft.com/en-us/support/ 

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