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I am trying to squeese down the size of the columns displayed in the ACROSS statements. It appears the report is still defaulting to .5 inch instead of what is specified in the style sheet. Can someone provide some insight in how to further reduce the size/width of the across columns.
TABLE MO_CNT -* WRITE PERCENT AS '' BY SELI_ASG_USERID AS 'ACE,Userid' ACROSS MO_REVIEW_MO_YEAR NOPRINT ACROSS MO_REVIEW_MO_NBR NOPRINT ACROSS MO_REVIEW_MO_NAME AS '' ACROSS SELI_MO_REVIEW_STATUS AS '' -* ON TABLE SET STYLE * TYPE=HEADING, SIZE=9, GRID=OFF,FONT=ARIAL,$ TYPE=REPORT, SIZE=7, GRID=ON, FONT='TIMES NEW ROMAN',ORIENTATION=LANDSCAPE,$ TYPE=ACROSSVALUE, ACROSS=MO_REVIEW_MO_NAME ,WRAP=.1,$ TYPE=ACROSSVALUE, ACROSS=SELI_MO_REVIEW_STATUS,WRAP=.1,$ TYPE=ACROSSVALUE, ACROSS=PERCENT,WRAP=.1,$ -* ENDSTYLE -* ON TABLE SET SQUEEZE ON ON TABLE PCHOLD FORMAT PDF END -RUNThis message has been edited. Last edited by: Kerry,
I would first move all of your ON TABLE commands above your style sheet. Your ON TABLE SET SQUEEZE doesn't actually apply to your style because you call it afterwards. I would also add ON TABLE SET HTML CSS ON.
Eric Woerle 8.1.05M Gen 913- Reporting Server Unix 8.1.05 Client Unix Oracle 18.104.22.168
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