RDLC column name with slash, how to handle?

Hi,

We're using Microsoft Report Viewer 2010

Having a little issue as we have a dataset which returns column names with slashes in but the RDLC errors with the slash in the expression, I've already tried a couple of variants:

=Fields!Column\Name.Value
=Fields![Column\Name].Value
=Fields!'Column\Name'.Value
=Fields!"Column\Name".Value
=Fields!Column\\Name.Value
But just can't find a way to bind to a column with a \ (possibly other characters out there with same issue)

I think of myself as a bit of a master of the good search, but can't find anything, I only found 1 which was to do with WPF and couldn't see a solution to that either.

Regards

Liam
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AndyAinscowFreelance programmer / ConsultantCommented:
How about this one that isn't in your list
=Fields![Column\\Name].Value
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