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Repeating row on new page

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Since upgrading a .NET project to the Crystal Reports for Visual Studio 13 (v.13.0.16.1954), I've been having a problem with a repeating row in a subreport. Specificaly, the last row on a page gets repeated as the first record on the next page. There is no duplication in the data. Also, when I click on the page to open the subreport itself, then it is correct. Keep Together is checked for the affected sections. I've tried a few combinations of turning it on or off but it doesn't make a difference.

I've found a similar question here but no clear answer and none of the suggestions worked for me

I've attached a few screenshots to illustrate:

1: bottom of page showing item that ends on '933' & top of next page also shows item '933'

2: same report but after clicking in the report to go to the subreport, no duplication now

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    Posted on Jul 25, 2016 at 06:41 PM

    I don't know for sure whether this will work but it's worth a try....

    1. In the subreport, group on some field that only has one value throughout the subreport. I usually use one of the fields that the subreport links match to.

    2. Set the group to "Repeat Header on Each Page".

    3. Don't put anything in the group header section. Make it fairly narrow in height.

    This will put a narrow, blank page header on the page and may prevent the duplicate data.

    -Dell

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