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Power BI Report Builder Parameter (Oracle data Source)

Greetings,

 

I am new to paginated reports and am trying to add parameters to my existing dataset in Report Builder. The dataset is populated via an Oracle DataSource, and I have not been able to figure out how to utilize parameters with this Data Source. Is it even possible?

 

Any help would be appreciated.

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AbhiSSRS
Solution Sage
Solution Sage

The Paginated report datasets work the same way as SSRS datasets and you may easily add paramters to your report .

eg:


SELECT COl1, Col2
FROM Table1
WHERE Col3= :param1

SQLServer uses an @ for the parameters and Oracle uses a : (colon sign) for parameters.

 

you may refer to below for more details :

 

https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/answers/questions/188686/how-to-pass-multi-value-parameters-in-ssrs...

 

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AbhiSSRS
Solution Sage
Solution Sage

The Paginated report datasets work the same way as SSRS datasets and you may easily add paramters to your report .

eg:


SELECT COl1, Col2
FROM Table1
WHERE Col3= :param1

SQLServer uses an @ for the parameters and Oracle uses a : (colon sign) for parameters.

 

you may refer to below for more details :

 

https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/answers/questions/188686/how-to-pass-multi-value-parameters-in-ssrs...

 

Bless you kind sir, exactly what I needed.

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