Pagination in SSRS 2008

I am migrating reports developed in SSRS 2005 to SSRS 2008. After I deploy the report from BIDS2005 to BIDS 2008, I have the following issues:- 1) The number of pages in SSRS 2005 is 2 but the nuber of pages in SSRS 2008 is 4. Additional two pages come from report header repeat which I do not want to happen. 2) I can see all the records in screen version for the reports but I do not see two records in print version( I only see 0.0% for two records that shows rate insteady of actual rate figures).

Please help me, I have tried to fix it but I couldn't. Thanks in advance for valuable help!!!

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answered Oct 06, 2010 at 02:31 PM

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Hi Oleg,

Thank you for your help. That answer is not what exactly I am looking for. The report is in SSRS 2008. And I have two version of reports one is non-print or screen version and the other is print version. I do not have problem with screen version of report except some line brakes issue. In the case of print version of report, I am getting 0.0% for two of the records in the reports and wrong values for three fields for other record. Below is one of the record that I can see in screen version but populated with zero percent in print version of report. % Rate to |46.1% |45.8% |45.2% |45.1% |45.3% |45.0% |42.8% |40.6% |40.1% |39.2% | Higher Level

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