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Default how to add xsd file as a DataSource for the report

Hello,

We would need to use some old COM business components as data source for reports. Lets consider we have an adapter which can produce result in a DataSet at runtime and we can have xml schema - (xsd-file) at compile time of that Dataset.

Is there possibility to define report definition with report designer in VS 2005 having only the xsd-file? I am sorry I am a newbie in Microsoft Reporting services.
Maybe only a stupid problem how to add xsd file as a DataSource for the report? (It works with Crystal reports)

Thanks in advance,
Mojmir

p.s. If you have other idea, how to solve the general problem in MS Report services, I would be glad too...


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