Subreport that is underlayed section of a Container report is showing odd results on multiple Pages

Posted on 2012-09-05
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Last Modified: 2012-09-07
Hi Experts,

Going to try to explain this the best I can

The results I am getting from my report are varied between a 1 page report and subsequent pages... The first page if the data is fitting on 1 page is perfect.. the problems begin on the subsequent pages..

Currently i have a subreport which is in GH1h which is set to Underlay Following Sections, the problem is that if the data for either the subreport (GH1h)  or GH3a extends past the 1st page (respectively)  the First page of the main report is virtually blank (save for some sections above the GH1h section).. The 2nd page shows the GH1h information but the GH3a information doenst show till the 3rd page....

How can i get the first page of a multi page report to show data on the first page for both GH1h and GH3a and end whenever the last piece of data from either of these groups is displayed?
Question by:Mikeyman_01
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Check the GROUP
Right click GH! in the left margin
On the second tab there is a KEEP GROUP TOGETHER OPTION
Verify it is not checked.

If that isn't the case

Right click the GH! in the left margin
Check if KEEP SECTION TOGETHER is checked

If that isn't checked you may have NEW PAGE BEFORE set
Depending on version paging control is either on the first tab (CR XI and before) or on its own tab (CR 2008 and later)
If you have NEW PAGE BEFORE checked you need to use a formula
   Not OnFirstRecord;


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