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Default Drill-Through

I'm trying to use the drill-through feature to link to a report in different solution, on the same server, but in a different project. The report will be passing a parameter to the target report through drill-through. The target report is deployed on a same server (report manager)but different folder. Any help will be be appreciated.

Nothing I've tried has worked, and I've posted this on sqlteam to no avail.

 Local help files say: "The list of report names includes all reports in the current report server project. If the drillthrough report is on the report server but is not in the project, type the name of the report. The report name can contain a relative or absolute path to the report."



-Baaul









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