This SSRS article shows how to hide the Parameter in report previews so we can use this report as the reference to create linked reports. For instance, if you want to restrict the sales report to a particular country and duplicate the same report with different country sales.
Right-Click on the Datasets folder to create a new DataSet. The screenshot below shows the data set we use for this hide SSRS report parameter example.
If you observe the above query, we have used the where condition with @Country Parameter.
How to Hide SSRS Report Parameter?
The below screenshot shows the available columns in a DataSet and the automatically created Parameter. Next, to create a table report, right-click on the empty space, select insert, and choose the Table option.
We have designed a simple table report of Employee sales and formatted the font and colors.
If you observe the report preview, we type the country name manually.
Double-click the @Country Parameter, which will open the Report Parameter Properties window.
Next, go to the Default Values tab, select the specify values option, and then click the add button to add the default value to the @Country Parameter. We entered the United States as the default value for demo purposes.
Now, if you go to the SSRS report preview, you won’t see any text box to enter the parameter, i.e., country name, because it was hidden. It is because, by default, it displays all the employee records belonging to the United States.
Let me duplicate this report and double-click the @Country Parameter.
This time we used Australia as the default value for the @Country Parameter.
In this hide SSRS report parameter preview, you can see all the employees belonging to Australia. Please refer to the article of the linked report for further reference.