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Hi All,

I have an SSRS report in which I want to change the name of the field from FundingModel to ClassFundingModel and I want to add a new field called "FundingModels", for this I have added the same in the ReportDataset and refreshed the fields, the new fields shows up in the query when I run it but when I copy this same report on to IIS folder and call it from Report Viewer, it gives me the following error. Please help me what should I do to make it working through report viewer also.

I tried to open the table1_Details_Group by right clicking to see if I can edit it at all it is using the old field name ie. ‘FundingModel’, but it doesn't show me any field names, where is it setting and how can I edit table1_Details_Group, if I can't or if I have done any mistake in editing the field names and in adding the new fields please help me with that, please help me any link, code snippet or advice is very helpful.

Thanks in advance.

The SortExpression expression for the grouping ‘table1_Details_Group’ refers to the field ‘FundingModel’.  Report item expressions can only refer to fields within the current dataset scope or, if inside an aggregate, the specified dataset scope. Letters in the names of fields must use the correct case.

Thanks & Regards,

Abdul Aleem Mohammad
St Louis MO - USA

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