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I have a dashboard SSRS report with many subreports. Depending on the amount of data returned the page breaks fall in different places. I would like for force a break at certain subreports. I was looking at the code using View Code and trying to locate the existence of the <KeepTogether> tags but there are so many of them how do I know which one to set to false? Is this the only way to force a page break before a subreport?
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I actually found the only way to get something respectable was to set the KeepTogether property to True for each subreport. At least this way the report had no breaks at all in it.
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