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Adding Report to VS 2005 Project will generate .xsd schema

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Hi All,

I am working on reporting project using SQL Reporting Services 2005 .

When i add new item Report it creates a .rdlc file. In left pane when i add data source , it creates new schema in .xsd format ..but it won't start any wizard so that i can select data source.


Right Clicking o schema also not show any open to define data souce..

Pls advise on this..

-- Kind Regards Sandeep

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