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How do i export my report if my report have more than 1 dataset ??? (i use subreport)
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OverTheEdge earned 1000 total points
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What is the problem that you're having? Exporting a report with a subreport isn't any different than exporting a typical report. The only thing I can imagine you having trouble with is populating the subreport's datasource before doing the export. Luckily, that only takes one line of code.

ReportDocument.OpenSubreport("subreportname").SetDataSource(yourdataset)

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sorry for delaying ur point, but after i tried it out and it work, i'll give u the point, :) .
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