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David Suydam
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David Suydam asked on 01 Mar 2010, 08:17 PM
We have a sub-report that when rendered will span multiple pages;  the render format is PDF.  For each page, we would like to render a group header and footer (separate from the page header and footer).  To do so, we have created a group within the sub-report without a grouping criteria and set the PrintOnEveryPage property of the GroupHeaderSection to true.  However, we are facing several issues.

1) When we set the PrintOnEveryPage property of both the GroupHeaderSection and the GroupFooterSection to true, the application hangs on the call to the Telerik.Reporting.Processing.ReportProcessor.Render method.  The hang always occurs if the PrintOnEveryPage property is set to true for the GroupFooterSection, regardless of the setting for the GroupHeaderSection.
2) When set the PrintOnEveryPage property of JUST the GroupHeaderSection, the Render method returns and the report is rendered and the header is rendered on every page, however, the details portion overlaps the header, partially obscuring it.

Note that the sub-report itself contains 3 sub-reports as we display 3 sets of data on the same page (for comparative reasons). 

We are using Q2 2008 version of Telerik Reporting.  Has anyone else experienced the same issue?

regards,

DS

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Massimiliano Bassili
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answered on 03 Mar 2010, 10:11 AM
You're using a pretty old version of the reporting tool and my advice is to upgrade to the latest version. The Telerik guys have changed quite a few things since then (you can judge by the release history - http://www.telerik.com/products/reporting/whats-new/release-history.rss) and I have not noticed anyone complaining about such thing in the forums recently.

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