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Controlling page breaks, headings, columns, and rows in paginated reports (Report Builder)

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A page break divides a paginated report into separate pages for viewing and printing. Page breaks determine how the content is fitted to a report page for optimal viewing when you preview a report or export it to a different file format.

Adding page breaks also improves the performance of large reports when they are processed. A rendered page is displayed while the rest of the pages are rendered in the background. This allows you to begin viewing the initial pages of the report while waiting for additional pages to become available.

Page breaks can be added to report items such as a table, matrix, list, chart, gauge, or image. You can also add page breaks to groups in a table, matrix, or list. Page breaks can be added before, after, and between groups. Page breaks between groups are not added to the report by default.

For more information, see Display Row and Column Headers on Multiple Pages (Report Builder and SSRS) and Keep Headers Visible When Scrolling Through a Report (Report Builder and SSRS) .

You can create and modify paginated report definition (.rdl) files in Microsoft Report Builder, Power BI Report Builder , and in Report Designer in SQL Server Data Tools.

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Inserting a Page break into an SSRS report

I have a report in SSRS that contains 12 subreports. After each subreport, I need to insert a page break so that each subreport starts on a new page and doesn't share pages with the other subreports. Does anyone know how to do this? Thanks

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I found an answer. Use a Rectangle at the bottom of each SubReport after all Tablixes and other rendering Objects. Then set its "PageBreak" property to "End". When the SubReport is finished with the Tablix and/or other data objects, the Rectangle forces a page break. Also, a cool feature, if the SubReport returns no rows of data, the page break is not rendered. Therefore, no extra page breaks

  • 1 Just make sure that the rectangle is immediately under the last rendered object, and not at the bottom of the subReport body. Otherwise you will get unnecessary breaks. Also, make the rectangle height very small e.g. 0.01cm, so that the rectangle itself doesn't cause a page break. –  DeanOC Sep 6, 2018 at 0:58

Another solution would be to have the subreports placed inside the rectangles. I would imagine this would help you to better control and organize the layout of the report.

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  • 1 The issue with this is that if you set a page break on a surrounding rectangle, but the subreport doesn't return any rows, a blank page will be generated. –  Josh Noe Jun 18, 2014 at 14:39

I tried the other answer here but my master report is driven by a dataset so didn't quite work out. This is how I got it to work for me:

1) I put the subreports into different rows on top of same size rectangles inside a Tablix with all the rows belonging to the same row group.

2) I then selected properties of the group, then pagebreak and checked the property pagebreak on between each instance of group.

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Just use the "Add page break after" on the General tab of Tablix Properties.

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I came across the same kind of issue but I was able to overcome by below mentioned way. I created a sub report and placed rectangle inside the sub report (page break option checked before) and placed all my sub report content inside the rectangle. This page break works only if the sub report renders any data if not they will be no page break.

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  • I tried this, making sure the subreport content was actually a child of the rectangle and not just overlapping it. The content rendered without a page break, and then there was a blank page. –  StackOverthrow Mar 25, 2019 at 20:06

I have made Many reports with a front Page Summary and Page 2 with the Detail. Use the Tablix for the Page Break Tablix > Properties > PageBreak > BreakLocation > Start / End / ......

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  • 1 The parent report ignores the page break if it's the very first thing in the subreport. You can work around this by positioning the tablix with the page break 0.01in from the top of the subreport body. –  StackOverthrow Mar 25, 2019 at 20:22

Like other answers mention, I used the "Page break before" option on rectangles/tables, but for some reason it would only break the page if it wasn't at the very top of the (sub)report

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SQL Server Reporting Services Controlling Report Page Breaks

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The final report display for SQL Server Reporting Services reports various depending on the method of output and I want to know how to control and appropriately set pages and page breaks in SSRS?

Any report developer who has worked with SQL Server Reporting Services for any time will definitely say that coordinating and navigating page breaks and page numbering can be quite a challenge. It seems that Newton's Third Law, "For every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction", applies to setting page sizes and page breaks in SSRS. Often one change or adjustment, which seems to correct one issue with paging, very well could cause another unforeseen change to another page setting.

In this tip, we will review the handling the various page and page break settings in order to achieve the best visual result for your report consumers. We will start our examples at the render level and then move to the report level and finally to the object level.  

We will use the Adventure Works databases as the basis for our SSRS report examples. The 2014 versions of the regular and data warehouse databases are available on Codeplex at https://msftdbprodsamples.codeplex.com/releases/view/125550 . Once you download and install the SQL Server databases, we will subsequently use SQL Server Data Tools for Business Intelligence (SSDT-BI) for Visual Studio 2013 to develop reports.

SQL Server Reporting Services Page Settings and Page Breaks

At the highest level, page breaks are dictated by the render format used to display the report. The render formats are actually broken into two categories: 1) a soft page-break renderers and 2) hard page-break renderers.  

SSRS Soft Page Breaks

The soft page-break renderers include outputs that are generally displayed on a screen and includes the SSRS preview, HTML and MHTML formats. This format utilizes the scroll bar instead of inserting a vertical page break which of course is appropriate for display or screen based. Both the horizontal and vertical page breaks are approximated and are not exact locations. Somewhat surprisingly, the Excel and Word render formats also fall within the soft render category. Some additional traits of the soft page-break render format include:

  • Inserted, explicit, or forced page breaks are honored
  • Margins are not applied
  • Report sizes can adjust to include orphaned and oversize objects in a report        

SSRS Hard Page Breaks

To the contrary, the hard page-break render formats includes those formats that are more centered around physical page outputs which are generally printed and include pdf, image, and print formats. This format puts hard breaks at very specific vertical and horizontal points of the report. Some additional traits of the hard page-break render include:

  • Pages moves left to right and then top to bottom
  • Items that are set to keep together may still be pushed to a next page if not enough spaces exists

These two render formats are driven by two report properties found in the Page Category section of report properties.  The InteractiveSize Width and Height control the size of the soft page-break render formats. When an object is displayed using one of the hard break renderers, then the PageSize and Margins properties are used.

Report Properties

Using a Sales by Region report as an example, you can quickly see that the two render formats generate two very different page results. The soft page break renders just 8 pages as shown next.

soft page break

To the contrary, the hard page-break render generates 13 pages.

hard page break

Of course, if we force a page break between groups, using the state field for the below example, we actually have an equal number of pages for both the hard and soft break render format. We can similarly add a page break before or after objects such as rectangles, tablixes, and lists. 

page break group

The reason the page counts are the same is because the report object resulting size is less than the Interactive and Page size properties. To monitor your object sizes, it is normally a good idea to not only look at the page size settings, but also to display the ruler on the design grid.

The ruler is not shown by default, but can be enabled by clicking Report on the Menu Bar, and then selecting View > Ruler. However, with objects such as tablix, just because the tablix fits fully on the page in the Design view, does not mean the tablix will fit on a single page when the report is executed. The reason for this situation is that a report designer could easily have multiple column and row groups which expand the number of columns based on these groupings. For instance, if one of the groupings is year, the report will actually generate a column for each year in the dataset

Turn on Ruler

Actually, we can produce the opposite effect on a soft page-break render format, at least at the tablix level by setting the "Keep together on one page if possible" setting as show below.

Keep Together

As displayed below in the report preview, this setting is for the soft page break rendering and keeps the entire tablix on one page display.  I need to express a very big "caution" in using this property. If you use this property on a report which has a large number of rows and / or columns being returned to the report object, the report server can easily use up all available memory attempting to display the entire report one page. Furthermore, trying to display all the data on one page also impacts performance. For instance, one report that was actually 810 pages, actually took 10 minutes to render when this option was set.

keep together result

To the contrary, this setting has minimal or no effect in the hard-break renders; the screen print below shows the pdf with this setting selected. The same number of pages, 13, are displayed for the pdf render format.

keep together pdf

SSRS Page Numbering Options

In addition to forcing page breaks at certain points, we can also set and reset the page numbers and page names that are rendered in the various formats. Within SSRS we have 4 global page number fields that can easily be added to a report page header or footer:

  • Page Number - Current page number which can be reset by group and object properties, affected by the reset page number property
  • Total Pages - Total pages within the group or object, affected by the reset page number property
  • Overall Page Number - Page number irrespective of the reset page number properties
  • Overall Total Pages - Total pages irrespective of the reset page number properties

Furthermore, we can actually set the PageName property (and InitialPageName property) and also display this field on our report. The PageName property additionally serves a really neat purpose for exporting to Excel; it actually handles naming each individual tab for each page break. Let us show an example of this situation using a group setup.  First, as shown next, we add  1) PageName field ( left most text box in footer ),  2) Overall Pages and Total Overall Pages in the middle two text boxes and 3) Page Numbers and Total Pages per each group (and reset in each group) in the right two text boxes.

Page Number fields

Next we adjusted the length part of the page sizes down to 3 inches, so we can see the full effect of this change.

Page Size Adjustment

Finally, as displayed below, for the StateProvince group, we tell SSRS to force a page break at the start of each group, we set the ResetPageNumberField to true to reset the pages within each group, and finally, we assign the PageName to be the StateProvince value.

Group Page Break Settings

The end result is illustrated next; I think the tab naming is a wonderful feature for report consumers!

Excel Page Break

The pdf render, shown below, is equally impressive. We can clearly see in the example report that the page name mimics the State / Province in the State Province group, while the overall page counts and the group page counts displays the overall page counts and the group page counts respectively. You should also note that these control properties can be equally set at the tablix level.

pdf page break

Even after designing an awesome report, inappropriately placed page breaks can sink the reports effectiveness. When designing a report, care and lots of testing need to be exercised to create the correct location for a page break; part of that care needs to be determining the ultimate render format needed for the report.

SSRS honors two major render formats. First, the soft page-break render includes the report preview, Word, Excel, and HTML and is more designed for reports which are displayed on a screen. To the contrary, the hard page-break format is utilized by pdf and image format among others, and is more designed for physical printing of reports. A soft break render uses InteractivePageSize as a guide for displaying the report and generally ignores the Margin settings; the hard break format adheres strongly to the PageSize settings and also to the Margins.

Furthermore, when displaying pages on a report, the PageName, Page Number, Total Pages, Overall Page Number, and Total Overall Pages properties can be used to display both total pages and page numbers within groups or tablixes. As an added feature, when exported to Excel, the PageName property is used to name each tab for an exported report.

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Adding a page break to a report

Use the following steps to insert a page break into a report within the Report Designer.

  • Choose File > Report Designer.
  • Expand one of the Report folders from the Reports list and double-click a report to open it in the design grid.

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Adding a page break to a letter

Use the following steps to insert a page break into a letter within the Report Designer.

  • Click the Letters panel and double-click a letter to open it in the design grid.
  • Place your cursor on the line where the horizontal page break is to be inserted.
  • Choose Insert > Page Break. A line is displayed that indicates the page break.

Removing a page break from a report

Use the following steps to remove a page break in a report within the Report Designer. Note that some page breaks are natural page breaks and cannot be removed; they are automatically inserted when the report is too large to fit on a single sheet.

  • In the design grid, select the row below the page break.

Removing a page break from a letter

Use the following steps to remove a page break from a letter within the Report Designer. Note that some page breaks are natural page breaks and cannot be removed; they are automatically inserted when the letter is too large to fit on a single sheet.

  • In the design grid, place your cursor at the start of the line containing the page break.
  • Press the Delete key on your keyboard.

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In a page layout , you can add page breaks in a RDL report, using the PageBreakAtStart and PageBreakAtEnd properties of the report control.

You can set a page break before or after the Container control. It is also possible to force a page break before or after the following data regions or their groups:

Use the following steps to set page breaks in the report from the control dialogs:

To add a page break before or after a report control

  • On the design surface , select the report control on which you want to add a page break and in the command section of the Properties Window, click Property dialog . This is a command to open the control's dialog. See Properties Window for more information on how to access commands.
  • In the control's dialog that appears, on the General page, under Page Breaks, select the check box for Insert a page break before this control or Insert a page break after this control or both.
  • Click the OK button to save the changes and to close the dialog.
  • Go to the preview tab to view the result.

To add a page break before or after a group

  • On the design surface, select the report control containing a group and in the command section of the Properties Window, click Property dialog . This is a command to open the control's dialog. See Properties Window for more information on how to access commands.
  • In the control's dialog that appears, go to the Groups or Detail Grouping page whichever is available.
  • On the Groups or Detail Grouping page, go the Layout tab and select the check box for Page break at start or Page break at end or both.

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