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Reporting Services Orphaned Group footer on PDF / Print

Posted By:      Posted Date: October 12, 2010    Points: 0   Category :Sql Server
 
Good afternoon

The report I have created using reporting services (VS2005) has a group header which is set to repeat on every new page, and the group footer appears only at the end of the group.

It looks fine in preview mode, and also on the screen, However; when the report is exported to PDF or printed, If the group FOOTER has is pushed onto a new page because of a pagebreak, the group HEADER is not displayed on this new page.

Is there a fix for this?  I have spent hours searching on the web, but have not found a solution.

Kaz




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