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Counts for multi value parameter

Counts for multi value parameter

(OP)
Hello,

I have a multi-value parameter (purpose codes) with 12 options including select all. I currently show a total count per user and how many rows returned-per user regardless of how many purpose codes are selected. What I would like to do is break down that total count per purpose code per user. For example. I select OINV, PDST, OLAB. I return a set with 10 users. The first user has a total row count of 22 between the three purpose codes. I want to see the 22 along with a breakdown count of each code. So 8 OINV, 9 OLAB and 5 PDST. I am grouping by user. Any thoughts on how to do this through SSRS?

Thanks,

Stewman

RE: Counts for multi value parameter

Could you provide a data sample along with the expected result.

Simi

RE: Counts for multi value parameter

It sounds like you just need to add the purpose code to your group by...

CODE

SELECT user, purpose_code, ...
  FROM ...
 GROUP BY user, purpose_code 

RE: Counts for multi value parameter

(OP)
I figured it out by just adding another group by in SSRS report builder and then setting up additional row counts per purpose code. Thanks for the responses.

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