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RDLC Not Recognizing Data Table Default Sort

RDLC Not Recognizing Data Table Default Sort

How do I get an RDLC to recognize that I have set the ReportTable.DefaultView.Sort on the the table I am passing to the RDLC? I worked around it by using


Dim dt As DataTable = ReportTable.DefaultView.ToTable 
and passing the dt to the RDLC.

Sylvania/Toledo Ohio

RE: RDLC Not Recognizing Data Table Default Sort

DefaultView.Sort does just that: it sorts a table's DefaultView according to the criteria supplied. It does not sort the table, just the DefaultView of that table.

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RE: RDLC Not Recognizing Data Table Default Sort

Thanks, I was hoping it would respect the default view when passed to the RDLC. I will continue with the code I have now.

Sylvania/Toledo Ohio

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