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Print ListView contents with List&Label

Posted on 2013-06-29
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Hello,
i want to print the Contents of an ListView with Combit List&Label, Version 18. Has anyone an idea how to set the datasource property to see the Listview item names and Contents in the Report designer an later to print the values?

Thanks for any idea that helps ...
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Thanks for the hint, but both sources i had read in the past. I think the easiest solution is creating a DataTable from the listview, binding it to a DataSet and give it to List&Label.
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Are you not binding the listview to datatable already?
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No, i filll the ListView manually from a dataset because there is a lot of formatting things to do.
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So you already have a dataset then. Just bind this dataset to list&label.
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by:CumulusGranitus
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yes, so i did. Thanks for your effort. I think wie can Close this Topic now.
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