Create a Payslip Report in C#

Hi guys, I am creating an application to load data from a text file , that contains employees payslip information , to create a payslip designed in Microsoft Reports in C#. I am having problems with showing the data per page for each employee. that is if I have 30 employees , I should have at least 30 pages of data. Currently I am creating a dataset for each group of the payslip, eg, Earnings, Deductions.etc however I am not able to group all of the datasets on the report as one. How will I do this please. Find attached the sample text file and the sample report I want to achieve. Any help will be appreciated.  morrisdata.txt Payslip-design.xls
MenoforiAsked:
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Alpesh PatelAssistant ConsultantCommented:
Please create group for EmployeeID and Put a page break as below image
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mlmccCommented:
What tool are you using for the "report"

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Bob LearnedCommented:
Mike,

That would be "Microsoft Reports"...
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mlmccCommented:
Sorry.  I can't help with that one

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Bob LearnedCommented:
I can, but I don't know what is expected with this question.  What kind of help is needed?
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MenoforiAuthor Commented:
I am using C# to program the application. I am also using the Microsoft Report Viewer in there to do the reporting. I am using a subreport of each employee, but I keep getting the error can not show subreport.
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Bob LearnedCommented:
Please attach any screen shots of errors that show on the report viewer control, or full stack traces of run-time exceptions...
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Bob LearnedCommented:
Answer = Comment ID 35720330
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