Strange ReportBuilder 3 Behavior - Query Designer - Sharepoint List

Hey all, I'm trying to develop a report based on a sharepoint document library.

It's organized in many folders, with documents in these folders, these word documents have those tags in them that are connected to and populate a sharepoint list.

Initially when I connected to the sharepoint list I could only see the folder view as it was the default... so I changed the default view to the one that shows me all of the details and doesn't include any folders at all.

When I am configuring my dataset and I press "Run Query" to preview the results - it works as expected and I see all of my details...

When I add this dataset to a tablix, and run the report - the results are not of this view... they are of the other "folder" view and doesn't provide me the detail...

I have absoloutely no idea how I could fix this, any ideas would be appreciated as I've been banging my head on my desk all day trying to figure this out. Thanks,

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asked Sep 22, 2011 at 03:22 PM in Default

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Hi Sheep,

Did you ever get an answer for this? I am facing the same issue with this under a similar scenario.
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answered Nov 11, 2011 at 06:47 AM

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