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Crystal Report two subreports in the same section

Posted on 2009-04-08
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I have tow subreports one below the other in the same details section.
The property 'Can grow' is set for these two subreports. How can I define that the second subreport must appear after the first?
For the moment the second appears on the first.

Thanks for your help
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by:Kurt Reinhardt
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Why not just place each subreport in it's own section.  Generally speaking, that's better design, because it allows you more granular control.  Also, speaking of report design, how many records does your report return?  Subreports in detail sections can be a very bad idea.

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mlmcc earned 500 total points
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I agree.

There are reasoms for a subreport in the detail section and I have done it but in general they cause reports to run long.  Also the only way to overcome your problem is to put the subreports in their own sectiions.  You can have multiple detail sections.

Right click the detail sectiion in the left margin
Click INSERT SECTION BELOW

mlmcc
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by:AngieWill
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Thanks. It works.
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