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Non Related tables

Non Related tables

Non Related tables

(OP)
Just starting to work with SRSS 2012 having done CRXI for a number of years. I need to start converting my CR reports and have hit on an initial snag.

I have a table in the DB which stores the customer name and address. Obviously this has no relationship to any other table. At the moment Report Builder will not let me add a table unless I define a relationship to other tables.
How can I get around this?

thanks.

RE: Non Related tables

You can create a new dataset. In Crystal reports you were able to use just one datasource and in case you wanted to use for example LOV it was possible to add a table, command or stored procedure to the datasource and to not link it. IN SSRS you can create multiple datasets

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