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What happened to my dataset view (SSRS & MS VS 2008)?

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I opened up some reports I was working on for use in SQL Server Reporting Services and I can't figure out how to access the datasets I'm using in the reports.

I can see them in the properties box for the tablix and they run properly but the datasets themselves are no longer visible in Server Explorer so I can't change the SQL.

This is driving me crazy and for the life of me I can't figure out what I'm doing wrong.

It's probably something very simple, I'm sure.

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Are you new to SSRS 2008? Make sure the report designer has the focus and select View-->Report Data from the menus. The Dataset View tab is gone.
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I just started using it this week =)

Thanks for the help, that did it.
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You're welcome. I remember what it was like the first time I used the new designer too. :-)
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