If you created the child view before adding the break in parent view then you won't see that in child view. For this scenario you need to add the break view in the child also.
Thats Exactly its happneing here..
I am also a autodesk inventor user. In Inventor they have this option.
It does not make sense to me that obveiously if your parent break means child suppose to break.
Anyway Is it solidwork difficiency or any Purpose????
Thanks for Reply Deepak,
Sorry but I misunderstood your question. You can simply delete the break from child view.
We've two scenarios here:
1. A Parent view with a break and then you created the projected/child view. In this case child view will have the break as well. This can be simple removed by un-breaking the child view and deleting the break lines.
2. A parent view and a projected/child view. You added break on parent. In this case the child view should not get affected.
I have seen this too. The solution is to press control Q. if that doesn't work remove the break from the child and break it again . that's usually my work around.