How to show the All Member hierarchy value in a SSRS Filter...

For some filters we may need to select all the values at once. As an example if the SSRS parameter is a single valued one and user should be able to filter all the values if needed, then we need to provide All member value in the filter as well. We can achieve this easily by retrieving the all member value to the data set of the filter.

For an example we can write the query for the Branch data set, which loads the all the branches available in the [Sales-Branch] hierarchy as

   1: WITH MEMBER [Measures].[ParameterCaption] AS [Sales-Branch].CURRENTMEMBER.MEMBER_CAPTION
   2: MEMBER [Measures].[ParameterValue] AS [Sales-Branch].CURRENTMEMBER.UNIQUENAME MEMBER [Measures].[ParameterLevel] AS [Sales-Branch].CURRENTMEMBER.LEVEL.ORDINAL SELECT {[Measures].[ParameterCaption], [Measures].[ParameterValue], [Measures].[ParameterLevel]} ON COLUMNS , {[Sales-Branch].[All],[Sales-Branch].[Branch].MEMBERS} ON ROWS  FROM [Sales]

In that you can see the ParameterLevel for the top record as 0 and indicates it is the parent level. Therefore it is the all branches record and it is given by the [Sales-Branch].[All] in the mdx query.

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