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I keep getting this error:
And there is no DataSetFN on my page, please help!



    * A data source instance has not been supplied for the data source 'DataSetFN_Parenting2'.

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That element would be defined in the .rdl (or .rdlc) file, which is an XML text file.  You can open the file with a text editor, and see where that is defined.
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