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Store URL in Database Table and use this in SSRS field expression

Store URL in Database Table and use this in SSRS field expression

Store URL in Database Table and use this in SSRS field expression

Hi All,

In my SSRS report, I am using following code in a field's expression (ACTION>URL)to call another PowerBI report based on the field value

="https://PBIReportservers.ca/Reports/powerbi/Myfold... eq " & "'" &Fields!Myfield.Value & "'"

this hard-coded expression is working excellently in many reports. But the requirement is to use predefined values for this expression stored in a database table
I stored some part in database and use as parameter in this expression concatenate with current field value Like
= Parameters!url.Value + Fields!Myfield.Value
Parameters!url.Value & "'" & Fields!Myfield.Value & "'"
and tried many other ways nothing works even though it produces the same results as my hard-coded one when I used a table and displayed both in fields to see the results/(expression with current field value) they return
The Problem:
I am able to open my link in the first part saved in database table but it does not filter the current value of the field as it does when I use hard-coded expression mentioned at the top.
Can any one suggest the appropriate way to do this

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