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comment Using the value from a lookup column, obtained with REST, as a dataview parameter
It worked! I created a REST Service Connection data source control in SPD2010 using http://<domain>/_vti_bin/ListData.svc/SiteConfiguration(1)/?$select=PackageLevel‌​Id I then created a parameter on the list view pointing to the data source control and use the package level number coming from the Site Config list to filter the reports shown in the doc library. Nice.
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comment Using the value from a lookup column, obtained with REST, as a dataview parameter
Thanks Nadeem. Your advice got me there. I had suspected that the name was wrong and tried lots of combinations, but got unusable errors from IE. I decided to use XML Notepad 2007 to view the XML and XML output and was able to identify the field as PackageLevelId. It's still not displaying in IE8, but hopefully it will work in SPD2010 when I attempt to use it as a paramter. If I remember, I'll let you know...
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