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srikanthgunnam Regular Visitor
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Passing parameters to report builder from Power BI through URL

Hello,

 

I am working on Paginated Reports. I have a situation where I need to pass the values from Power BI to Report Builder as parameter values through URL. Could someone help me out in achieving this task?

 

Thanks in advance

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Community Support Team
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Re: Passing parameters to report builder from Power BI through URL

hi, @srikanthgunnam

I didn't do this, but you may try to refer to this post:

https://community.powerbi.com/t5/Report-Server/Reuse-Shared-dataset-for-paginated-report-and-power-b...

 

hope it could help you.

 

Best Regards,

Lin

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amkumar5 Member
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Re: Passing parameters to report builder from Power BI through URL

Srikanth, did you find solution for this ?

I wanted to use PBRS as primary and Report Builder Paginate Reports as secondary using the same dataset.

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amkumar5 Member
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Re: Passing parameters to report builder from Power BI through URL

Hi Amit, does it also work for Power BI Report Server ?

To pass a report paramater in a URL for Paginated Report developed using 'Report Builder' not 'Power BI Report Builder'

 

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