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Dataset (Data Options Tab, Report Designer)

Use the Data Options tab of the Dataset dialog box to define data options for the query.

Case sensitivity

Select a value that determines case sensitivity. This option indicates whether the data is case-sensitive. You can set Case Sensitivity to True, False, or Auto. The default value, Auto, indicates that the report server should attempt to derive the value from the data provider when the report runs. If the value cannot be derived, the report runs as though the value were False.

Collation

Select a locale that determines the collation sequence to be used for sorting data. Default indicates that the report server should attempt to derive the value from the data provider when the report runs. If the value cannot be derived, the default value is derived from the locale setting of the server.

Kanatype sensitivity

Select a value that determines kanatype sensitivity. This option indicates whether the data is kanatype sensitive; it can be set to True, False, or Auto. The default value, Auto, indicates that the report server should attempt to derive the value from the data provider when the report runs. If the value cannot be derived, the report runs as though the value were False.

Width sensitivity

Select a value that determines width sensitivity. This option indicates whether the data is width-sensitive and can be set to True, False, or Auto. The default value, Auto, indicates that the report server should attempt to derive the value from the data provider when the report runs. If the value cannot be derived, the report runs as though the value were False.

Accent sensitivity

Select a value that determines accent sensitivity. Accent Sensitivity indicates whether the data is accent sensitive and can be set to True, False, or Auto. The default value, Auto, indicates that the report server should attempt to derive the value from the data provider when the report is run. If the value cannot be derived, the report runs as though the value were False.

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