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Hello all,

So I have a tablix where the tablix has a field LoanId.   I have two subreports that I need to print one after each other where I pass the loan id as a param to the subreport.   Right now I have 2 rows in my tablix with each one having a subreport.   Currently when I open the report the first sub report shows pages over and over for that specific sub report for each loan id.   Then after that I see my second subreport showing each page over and over instead of showing for example:

LoanId = 1
SubReport1
SubReport2

LoanId = 2
SubReport1
SubReport2

what am I doing wrong.   I also tried adding a parent group of the loan id to no avail.
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How did you implement the loan id parameter in the subreport?  Is it used to filter the data in the subreport's dataset?
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