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Is there some trick to doing this? Most guides suggest I just add the parameter to the url address, but that does not see to work. Is this a SharePoint 2007 issue?

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Is the SSRS report set up to receive parameters and use the values in the report? – Eric Alexander Oct 22 '12 at 17:18
Yes. Right now parameter are set to prompt. No switch set like hidden or internal. I notice we can pass params to other reports using the .NET reportviewer control, but how do we pass params in a url if the report is running under SharePoint. – o365spo Oct 22 '12 at 19:02
just noticed for non sharepoint reports we run reportviewer.aspx, how and where would we do this in SharePoint? I can run the report in sharepoint with no problem, just can't pass it params in url. I can also run the report from native SSRS and pass it params if running reportviewer.aspx. – o365spo Oct 22 '12 at 19:18

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