In the past, for “filtering data based user login” I used =User!UserID (intranet, crop net, windows authentication) in an parameter expression and in
the SQL adding where clause table.UserID = @UserID.
However, we are moving to internet and
planning to use WIF (Windows Identity Foundation) for claims for our users (they all have Live ID).
Is there any support in SSRS (2008 or 2008 R2 or integrated with SharePoint 2010), for working with WIF? Any workarounds?
Note: we are open for any workaround and using custom assemblies in SSRS as described in
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/920769/en-us or in
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