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report services drill from a report with a custom group in a page by

report services drill from a report with a custom group in a page by

report services drill from a report with a custom group in a page by

Need to create a URL link for report services drilling. Parent report has a custom group in a page-by so that one custom group element makes one page.

When I click on the link, I’d like it to dynamically pass the current page custom group filter over to the child report. Can I do it without having to create separate parent report - child report for each page and hardcoding these filters in both ?

The report also has to respond to all parent and child prompt answers, but I got this already to work.

http://servername/microstrategy/asp/Main.aspx?Server=ServerName&Project=ProjectName&Port=34952&;evt=4001&src=Main.aspx.4001&reportViewMode=1&reportID=19EDE6AF48224A1DE119A69144B9BBDF&promptsAnswerXML={&PROMPTXML}&elementsPromptAnswers={&[Market Link]@GUID};{&[Market Link]@ElementID}

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