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Posted Tuesday, May 21, 2013 6:46 AM


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Mordred (5/21/2013)
You'll need a default connection even if you are setting the actual connection with an expression that evaluates at runtime.
Where do I set the default connection? I'm going to start looking now and will post an answer when I find it but if someone posts before I do I'm going to keep checking here.


I think that the poster means the design-time value of the variable which the connection uses - as can be seen in the Variables window.



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