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Ladies 'n Gentlemen,

i try to change the DataSets programmatically to a Crystal Report. I set the source with the SetDataSource-method of the CrystalReportViewer.
First at all, i had made a blank report with CR 9 and implements it to my c# project.
My problem now is that the setting of the Dataset takes no effect. Only if I set the datasource in the c# report designer, i can display my chosen information from the table. But therefore I don't need to set any Dataset in my code. If I remove the Datasource in the designer and try to bind the report to a dataset, there is an error such as "no field in formula".
My Dataset is filled (i've tested it). And i don't work with crystal reports for VS .NET 2003 which came up with the VS 2003.

My steps:
1. a blank report (with CR 9) and a windows application project
2. implementing the report in the project
3. filling a dataset with a table from a MS SQL Server (for testing i#ve taken the "pubs" database)
4. load the report soure file to my ReportDocument-instance
5. set unbound fields in my report
6. SetDataSource-method to my loaded report document
7. Set ReportSource to the CrystalReportviewer in my code

That all works fine, but it seems that at runtime the report got no Datasource. Any suggestions? Would be very great.

CsharpThomas alias T. LaBenche

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