@Kevin, I think you are right. I actually have been migrated from other reporting package, and they allowed multiple datasets and multiple datasource. In their terminology, datasource is database actually, and dataset might be multiple queries, SPs on the same datasource.
Now let's come to telerik reporting style. They are having just different scenario. And I've got few work arounds
- (Case # 1) You want to display two tables from two different datasets on the same report - use two subreports and deploy them in a single report. Pass the parameters from the main report.
- Follow this scenario until you reach to the stage when you have to use just one data set for one report.
- (Case # 2) You need to flourish multiple parameters from database query, for example, in the context of N.W. db, say you want to populate the products, categories and suppliers - no problem , declare a report parameter and use the 'available values' section for binding the parameter to the database.
If you are having different scenario , please post.