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Using StoredProcs with Parameters in SQL Reporting Service 2005

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SQL Reporting Service provides an option for using stored procedure in the SQL Server instead of using a query in the report.This article takes you through step by step process of creating a dataset which used a stored procedure with parameters.


SQL Reporting Services are very powerful when it comes to the options available for generating reports. We can use stored Procedure in the database to create a dataset. This article takes you through a step by step procedure on how to achieve this.


For a detailed article on Defining Report Datasets, go to this link on MSDN. For a detailed article on Defining Report Datasets for a SQL Server Relational Database, go to this link. In this article, I will focus on Defining Report Datasets for a SQL Relational Database, using stored procedures with parameters.

Using the Code

  1. In the designer, select New <DataSet...>:

    Screenshot - newdataset.jpg

  2. On the Query Tab
    • For the Command Type, select Stored Procedure.
    • Enter the name of the procedure (In the Query String: text box) you want to call but don't worry about the parameters here.

    Screenshot - storedprocedure.jpg

  3. On the parameters tab, create a parameter (name should include the @) for each parameter your sproc uses:

    Screenshot - storprocparameters.jpg

Now you are ready to use the dataset for SQL Server Stored Procedures with parameters.

Points of Interest

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