I have an rdlc report working. The report data is based on an.xsd file I created with an existing store procedure. Everything is work ok.
Now I made a change to the selection fields for the stored procedure. I deleted the previous .xsd and created a new xsd in order to match the changed selection fields. The .xsd file keeps the same name as before.
I always need to recreate a brand new report in order to make the report work again. It usually does not work only by remapping the fields. I don't think this is the correct way to make rdlc work due to the store procedure change. How should I make the report work again normally?
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