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VS2010 VB.Net  Report Services problem with List control

Posted on 2010-11-07
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I have a report that I am designing in VS2010 using vb.net winform.
All was going well until I tried to put a list control on the report form. It won't put a list control on the body of the form. When I drag a list control it will put a rectangle on the form.

 I tried the same with VS2008 with the correct results - it put a list on the form.

I tried the same with another machine using VS2010, this also failed.
Is this a bug or do I have a local problem?
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käµfm³d   👽 earned 500 total points
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Here is a screenshot of what my test produced. Perhaps the list control is there, but is for some reason maximized to the report body? Can you mouse over the border and resize?
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If you right-click on it does it show "list"
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I have tried with various versions of VS2010 including the trial version installed on a virtualPC  and I am getting the same problem.
Your image shows a grid on the report body, I am not getting this
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I also find that Matrix will be put as a Tablix
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THanks but it didn't resolved I had to reinstall VS
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