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Table Valued Function Error in Report Builder 3.0

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I am attempting to use a Table Valued Function PXQ7000_SSRS as my dataset in Report Builder 3.0. When I do this I receive the following error:

The request for procedure ‘PXQ7000_SSRS’ failed because ‘PXQ7000_SSRS’ is a table valued function object

How can I execute a Table Valued Function as I do not want to create these as Stored Procedures?
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Right click your dataset in your Report data object explorer and go to dataset properties.
verify the query type is set to "Text" and not "Stored Procedure".
with it set to Text, type into the Query box:
Select Tvf.* from PXQ7000_SSRS(@MyParam1, @MyParam2......) AS Tvf

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Then click "Refresh Fields".
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Perfection! Thank You
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