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Ritesh_Air
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Multivalue Parameter Paginated Report Snowflake SQL as a source

Hello,

 

Trying to figure out the multi-value parameter in Paginated report when Snowflake SQL is the source and running into issue.

 

#1. Tried this:

 

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and I get this Query window:

 

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Not sure, what to do with this. But if I cancel then it goes away but the query doesn't work.

 

I tried this link as well and that's where I got the string that is above. But I am not sure what am I doing wrong here?

 

https://community.powerbi.com/t5/Desktop/Using-ODBC-to-Snowflake-as-a-Datasource-within-Report-Build...

 

Any help is appreciated...

 

Ritesh

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Ritesh_Air
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@v-xiaoyan-msft 

 

Thanks for reply. I am trying to figure out what would be the code for myltivalue parameter?  Just as a background, snowflake sql is the data source as an ODBC connector. I tried to follow the link I mentioned in my earlier message but it didn't work.

 

make sense?

 

thanks in advance,

Ritesh

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Hi @Ritesh_Air ,

 

“Trying to figure out the multi-value parameter in Paginated report when Snowflake SQL is the source and running into issue.”

I don't quite understand your needs, what is the last problem you wish to solve?
It seems like there is a problem when Snowflake SQL is the source, can you describe in detail what the problem is?

 

Best regards.
Community Support Team_ Caitlyn

 

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