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Default PDF output problem using XSL

Hi Friends,

Here i have a problem i am using <xsl:for-each> loop in xsl
the code is like this below.

       <!--Table with Heading Columns -- nTables>
      <!--Table Data-- n Table Rows>

Here problem is the for loop has so much data it is upto 30 pages.
Here , region-body is overlapping with the region-after area content.How can i controll the page break in the loop.so that i can avoid the overlapping of data with the region-after content.

if anybody has the solution please post me with details

Thanking U
Nagesh Kumar.p

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u can try playing with this..

<xsl:if test="position() > 50">
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