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I have a report that is not changing according to what is in the dataset (caching)

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I have a report that is not changing according to what is in the dataset . I believe something might be being cached.  Anything i should be checking for?
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by:Jim Horn
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Give us a scenario of how this is happening.  Is the dataset a SP, and you're updating a different SP?
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it is a built in dataset that is connected to a sql server.  I am adding and removing items and this is not being reflected in my report.
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I figured this out by myself.  I needed to delete the .dat file that was holding on to the data rather then refreshing from the server every time.
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This is what worked
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