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SQL Reporting Services - Page X of XX counts in header

Posted By:      Posted Date: August 31, 2010    Points: 0   Category :Sql Server
 
I have searched high and low for how to calculate page numbering in the header where the global values do not apply.   I have a report that generates 300+ invoices and I need the page numbers to reflect page x of xx for that invoice only.  My report page breaks for each customer invoice.  I have found code to get the page number in the header and I have found code to get the total pages in the body.  These two solutions cannot be combined.    Has anyone found a workaround in code behind or some other method?I would appreciate any guidance.   Side note: thank you all for all your postings and solutions.  They have been highly valuable as I am new to SSRS.


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