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breaking page with rdlc report

breaking page with rdlc report

breaking page with rdlc report

I am using the report rdlc with the reportviewer in VS 2010, i would like to break the page for my data by a specific column, i.e:
lets say i have 3 columns, ordered by column1, whenever i have a new value in column1, i would like to start on a new page, as below:

column1 column2 column3
--------- ---------- ---------
supplier1 5 2
supplier1 2 1
column1 column2 column3
--------- ---------- ---------
supplier2 1 3
< break>
column1 column2 column3
--------- ---------- ---------
supplier3 4 1
supplier3 2 1
< break>

any ideas or workarounds?

thank you

RE: breaking page with rdlc report


You need to do this in the report definition, add a group for supplier, then in the group properties under the "Page Breaks" tick the option for "Between each instance of a group". This will page break for each supplier.


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