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ReportViewer in VB.NET 2013

ReportViewer in VB.NET 2013

ReportViewer in VB.NET 2013

I have a form (frmReport_100_14) where I have a ReportViewer control (repview_100_14) and a dataset (dst100_14), BindigSource (TAB_100_14BindingSource), and a TableAdapter (TAB_100_14TableAdapter) to create a simple report. All of these pieces are set up to connect to my Oracle data base and I can see my basic report setup on rdlc file (rep_100_14.rdlc).

I did add a text box onto the rep_100_14.rdlc file (TextBox15) and typed some text into it (although this text does not show in any of the text box’s properties, I don’t even see the Text property of this TextBox15). All of that display my report OK, but I would like to populate the text in TextBox15 dynamically from code instead of having it hard-coded.

How can I refer to this text box from my code, and where would I do it in the code?

I guess this is the code that starts my report


Public Class frmReport_100_14

    Private Sub frmReport_100_14_Load(sender As Object, e As EventArgs) Handles MyBase.Load
    End Sub 

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