Hi experts. I wasn't sure where I needed to put this question, but I resolved to put it here since it utilizes MS SQL Server.
I have created a master report and several other reports for the purposes of being included as sub-reports. The real issue here is that in the individual reports (the sub-reports), as well as the master report, extra pages are being inserted. For the life of me, I can't figure out where these page breaks are being generated. The sub-reports each have 1 extra page; however, when I put them in the master report it seems like that extra page doesn't carry over, though, the master report does have extra pages. I say that the sub-reports extra pages aren't begin carried over because the data remains together; that is, I have a sub-report at the top of a page of the master report and data half-way down on the actual master report and both appear on the same page with an extra page following the first page of the master report.
I have checked my tables and various other elements to ensure that they are not set to insert page breaks either before or after them, but I find nothing that explains the extra pages that crop up despite this.
Does any one have any pointers on this issue?
Thanks, in advance!