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SQL Server Reporting Reset Page count

bubberzbubberz Member Posts: 3
[b][red]This message was edited by bubberz at 2005-9-22 9:24:5[/red][/b][hr]
I have a SQL Server RS report that will come back as 20 pages.

What the user wants is on the beginning of another unique ID, which causes a new page to be started, to have the page count restart to 1.

So, if I have 3 UniqueIDs for all 20 pages, and the first, IDAA, is 10 pages long, the second, IDBB, is 4 pages long, and the third, IDCC, is 6 pages long, then the page numbering would be as:
1-10 for IDAA
1-4 for IDBB
1-6 for IDCC

I've been told to set a cursor in a SP that determines what page I'm on and then passses this to the result set as a column. This is then set in a group to control page breaks. How could I do this? I'm not very familiar with SPROC cursors.

I know how to do this scenario in Crystal Reports, but am trying to figure it out here with either a page count formula, or some type of distinct count().


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