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Visual Studio: Add Shared Dataset into Report

Posted on 2013-05-30
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I am trying to add a new 'shared dataset' that I created into a report template that I have open. I have done this before but I cannot find the options that I had before.

I also had datasets already created but can no longer see them (but they are available when selecting inside the table put into the report. However, not the dataset I want.

I have minimal exposure and experience with VS Studio and possibly its just hidden and I cannot unhide the option set?

Can anyone help?
Thank you in advance!!!!
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Question by:coletteeffel
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What reporting tool?

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I figure it out, it was Ctrl-Alt-D in order to 'find' the view 'report data'. It disappears randomly and is not an option unless you know the hot keys to revive it. Strange.....
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I resolved it myself due to a glitch in the program.
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