The required field DataSource is missing from the input structure
In my case, I tracked it down to sample code I'd copied from
I'm using VB.NET (argh!), and the dataSources array declaration in this sample code is the cause of the error.
Dim dataSources(1) As DataSource
actually creates a two-element array BUT we only set one element
dataSources = ds;
so when this line executes
rs.SetReportDataSources("/SampleReports/Product Catalog", dataSources)
it is actually sending an array where the zeroth element is set to a valid object, but the first element is NULL... hence the (somewhat cryptic) "required field DataSource is missing" error.
Dim dataSources(0) As DataSource
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