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Importing subreport to a detail section of report adds a bottom border to a section


I have created a main report file with 2 detail sections. Depending on some parameters, I fill these sections, with subreports chosen at run-time.

Detail sections in the main report have no set borders, and also in subreports no section borders are defined.

When I import subreports into a report, in the resulting report I see an added bottom border to both detail sections, that imported subreports.

Can you, please, help me to avoid generation of these lines? And, explain why they get rendered out in the first place.

Thank you in advance!


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    Sep 08, 2014 at 09:22 AM

    Hi Jelena,

    What version of CR and VS are you using?

    Is it a win or web app?

    Do you face this issue on Dev or Prod machine?

    Could you post a snapshot of how does the report look like with borders?

    What happens when you import the subreport in the mainr eprot details section in CR designer, does it behave any differently?

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