I have a fundamental misunderstanding of how the "No Data" Band is used or how it works.
I have a main report with several subreports, all of which use the No Data Band to indicate that there are no rows of data. It simply contains a header and a message indicating that there are no records (i.e. the subreport is empty).
If my SELECT statement in my query yields no data, I would expect the No Data Band to display its contents. Am I wrong to make this assumption?
Is there something I need to toggle or switch on or do in addition? Please advise.
Currently nothing displays when there is no data, not the No Data Band, not anything.