I have a subreport inside of a main report and need to make sure the pages flow correctly. The sub report starts in the Report header of the Main report. It usually only prints 1 or 2 pages but then goes into several pages processed in the main body of the report. How can I get the page numbers to flow correctly so that the total page count show up and prints correctly and the user does not see a break in the page numbering.
Also curiously does this hinder performace when running against larger databases.
Subreport shows Page 1 of 1
Main Report shows Page 2 of 4
When scrolling through the pages.
What I need to see of course is Page 1 of 4 , Page 2 of 4, Page 3 of 4, Page 4 of 4 etc. Please help.
I hate sub reports and always consider them the last resort in any reporting solution. The negative effect on performance and maintainability is just not worth the easy ride they give the report writer. Nine times out of ten reporting requirements…
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