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Select a Data Context

To use a data context from the current project assembly, select it from the list and press Next to proceed.

Note

In the End-User Report Designer, the Browse button is not available on this page by default. To be able to select a data context from a custom assembly, set the EFWizardSettings.ShowBrowseButton property to true. To learn more, see Data Access Security.

Click Next to proceed to the next wizard page: Select a Connection String.

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