David, the TiredBlogger, shows us how to use LINQ as a data source in ActiveReports for .NET.
Jon, one of our support techs, did notice that David was using the Fields collection outside of the FetchData/DataInitialize event. Breaking one of our three rules for report design with ActiveReports. [Edit: I forgot to add this before hitting the publish button] I believe the correct way of doing this is to use bind the textbox to the field, then access the textbox’s Value property during the Format event.
Tip of the hat to Luc, for sending this to me.