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database logon window when using an xsd as the datasource [i am so frustrated with this]

can someone please tell me why a logon window pops up when i try to set the data source of a report to an xsd dataset. there is no logon information and if i hit cancel the report displays fine, this is just annoying an i can not tell clients to just ignore it. it is unacceptable some one please help, i need to either figure out how I can get this window to not show up, or how i can get the xsd to recognize a user name and password and then programmatically set all the info. I don't want the client to have to see this window as it is unnecessary.

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    Posted on Jun 04, 2008 at 03:13 AM

    also, the logon window does not show up all the time. i can show a report and it wont show up, then i can click a button to show the report again (it sets the datasource to the same dataset that is already being displayed) and the database logon window will come up. It is really random sometimes it shows up and sometimes it does not.

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    Posted on Jun 04, 2008 at 04:12 AM

    and by the way i am using c# to develop in.

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    • Were you able to try the test that Dan suggested where you write out your dataset (write it out as XML with schema) and then try using it directly in the report designer (instead of the XSD)?

      If you get any warnings about missing tables, or fields this tells us the dataset doesn't match the schema. If the dataset doesn't match the schema you'll have to correct these differences.

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