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Page Header on subreport (...again)

Page Header on subreport (...again)

Page Header on subreport (...again)

So yeah, i've also done the trick with the fake page header (whileprintingrecords; "")
..but what happens when the subreport reach the report footer(of the subreport) when it has changed page?
------------------ <-this is the beginning of the page
GH1 (pseudo page header)
GF1 (pseudo page footer)
------------------ <-this is the ending of the page

------------------ <-this is the beginning of the page
RF (no pseudo page header here!)

So what should i do?

RE: Page Header on subreport (...again)

found it!

i already had a second group in the subreport.
so, i placed the data of the report footer on the GF2 and i conditionaly suppressed it with "not onlastrecord".
I had alredy ticked the "keep group together" of the group 2 and voila! problem fixed!

I hope i helped someone facing the same problem. This fix took me 3 days...

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