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Details of a sub-report is truncated when it expands beyond one page in length

We have a problem with Sybase Infomaker reports, where the details of a sub-report is truncated when it expands beyond one page in length.. Any help in this regard would be highly appreciated. Thanking in anticipation! Munshi Verma.

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