You can not do it directly in SSRS .I think you must be combining different report in one document or PDF , please correct me if i am wrong.You can try by getting page numbers for all reports from the database and then you can have in table of content as well.we have used in the same way , as we are combining all reports into a single PDF file.
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Just as Dattatrey posted above, in Reporting Services, we can create a document map which provides a set of navigational links to report items in the rendered report. So, we can click links in the document map to jump to the report page that displays that item.
When add links to the document map, we can set the “DocumentMapLabel” property of the report item to text that you create or to an expression that evaluates to the text that you want display in the document map. However, it is not supported displaying page number in the document map, since the page number is the global variables which can be used only in the page header and page footer.
For more information, please see:
Adding a Document Map
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