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Last post Jan 30, 2013 09:21 PM by bchernick
Jan 30, 2013 09:21 PM|LINK
I'm a bit rusty on reporting and this is the first time I've tried this in VS2012.
I have a 4.0 C# web app I'm writing and I'm trying to add a page with a report viewer control. For now I'm trying to rough out an infrastructure that will allow me to run multiple different reports in this one control.
So far I have 3 reports running off an ObjectDataSource and an XSD. One of the table adapters has parameters in its Select statement. At the moment I have it hard-coded so that in the ObjectDataSource's Selecting event the parameters are added. (e.InputParameters.Add("Yr",
What I would like to know if if there's a way, in code, to examine the DataSet TableAdapters and get a list of the parameters required. Is this possible?
(I should explain further. I believe that in this project I may be able to limit the number of parameters to a relatively small standard set with standard names. What I am not certain of at this time is which parameters will be needed with each report.
It would be easier if I could simply detect their presence in the table adapter select statements.)