SQL Reporting :: Passing Values For Multi-valued Parameter To Reportviewer From (VB.net)?

May 30, 2010

I have a requirement whereby my users need to be able to select the options in the 'departments' dropdown list (multi-valued parameter) of the report based on his designation. For instance, normal users should only see his own department while the administrator could see all the departments in the organization etc...The departments that the users could select are already retrieved in my code (asp.net). Now I need to know how to pass those values over to the reportviewer to populate the departments dropdown list in there. Any idea how to come about doing that?

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