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I'm moving over several hundred reports that were created in SSRS 2005 over to an SSRS 2008 server, and most run fine when copying the .rpt files over, but the reports that have sub-reports don't page break correctly and the reports look terrible. Does anyone know of a way to correct this issue or do all of these reports need to actually be re-created from scratch in SSRS 2008?

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Page breaks in subreports are a known issue/problem with SSRS. There are lots of popular hacks and work-arounds, but no clean solutions that I've seen. Sorry. – TimG Sep 12 '13 at 18:48
There are a few suggestions here that may be helpful:… – Jon Seigel Sep 20 '13 at 2:03

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