Power BI Report Server currently does not support passing in URL parameters for Power BI reports. We plan to support PBI report embed scenario in future at which point you'll be able to pass in filterPanelEnabled as well as report parameters.
I'm having exactly the same problem. Do you know when the next version of Power BI Report Server will be released, and what it will contain?
@amassip Below are the information after discuss with PG:
The answer to both your questions is no. They will be adding the filter pane hide feature in the future but that is not public knowledge yet. Also passing parameters in URL for current PBIRS is not supported either. They didn’t mention any plans to add that feature any time soon. And as for query parameters, you cannot do that with live connections.
@Markkeny We didn't get information from PG about next Power BI report server release. You can subscribe the Power BI Blog as suggested here to get latest news about PBIRS. For any question about PBIRS, you can post a thread in Report Server forum.
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Re the comment of "Also passing parameters in URL for current PBIRS is not supported either. They didn’t mention any plans to add that feature any time soon", I think the product group should think about this again.
Imagine the scenario where we have an enterprise wide reporting system based off the MS BI Stack, and the final front end is a Power BI Report connecting to a Tabular cube hosted on Power BI Report Server.
Now not everyone in the organisation can see every part of the data, for example the sales force in the US cannot see the figures for the sales force in the UK and vice versa.
So we create a Power BI report that contains everything and by default it will open with whatever filters we had in place when we saved it to the Report Server, so what we need to do now is to over-ride those filters with the ones that are appropriate for that specific user.
How would we permission Power BI reporting correctly in that scenario ?
I have just downloaded and installed the GA release of Power BI Reporting Services dated October 2017, and am not seeing a way to hide the filter pane. Please could you confirm whether this feature made it into this release, or not, and if it did what the correct syntax for usage is ?
This is "MUST" feature because with the latest version we can filter data by passing logged in user but if we show filter panel on the page then the user will get access of all the other users and data as well..