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Problem with subreport in jasper reports overlapping with the others components

 
Greenhorn
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Hi there, I have a master report with a subreport listing some data, the problem is that the components below the subreport print always at the same level so the subreport and the components below it overlaps and it becomes unreadable.

What can I do to fix that?

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Thanks!
 
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hey i am too very new to jasper reports...are you using iReport tool to created jrxml...you can check the preview there..
 
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On the components below the subreport, try setting the "Position Type" to float.
 
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add new detail for subreport
 
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