I feel like I'm going mad.
We have an ASP.NET Core 2.2 app running for a client in an Azure app service. There is a single large report used within the application which, with 3 sub reports included, produces a 7 page report output. All report design files are stored as .trdp including the sub-reports. The report files are all hosted in the wwwroot\Reports folder together. I have some minor problems in the reports where some textboxes are not displaying the correct information or in one case has a typo. I've corrected all the issues in my copy of the .trdp files and I've published the entire app via VS 2017 to the Azure app service and the reports haven't changed. I've connected to Azure via FTP and manually deleted the report files and if I then run the report in the web app it tells me it can't find the report file correctly - likewise if I just delete the report file for a sub-report then the main report displays but there is an error where the sub-report should be. I re-upload my local version of the report file I'd deleted and run the report through the web app and again the report displays without errors but it still displays the previous version of the report. The report has a company logo in the header of every page of the report. If I delete the logo from my version of the report and copy that over via FTP, when I run the report the logo has gone from the report but the text is still wrong.The typo I have corrected is to change the word "clumn" to the correct spelling "column" but every time the word appears in the report missing the 'o'. I have some other textboxes that concatenate text with field values and I've had to change the fields being used or had to add additional field values together and they are not changing, the text continuing to show the previous incorrect values.
Help! What the hell is going on here? What am I missing? How can I remove a logo from the trdp file and the report displays without the logo but still shows the incorrect textboxes throughout the report? What do I need to do to make the report (and sub-reports) pick up the correct report files? I've restarted the Azure app service and shut it down completely then started it again. I've used 2 different browsers but still I get the same symptoms. I urgently need some advice to help me get to the bottom of this. The application should be live this week but can't be without the report being absolutely accurate which it currently is not.
Thanks in advance for any and all advice