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Using Composer, we can have dynamic positions for two reports vertically. Regardless of the row count of the 1st report, the second report will start from the bottom-end of the 2nd report.

Similarly, is there any way to have dynamic positions horziontally. ie, regardless of the column count, the 2nd report should be positioned to the right-end of the 1st report.

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Hari
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The corresponding syntax is,

RELATIVE-POINT=BOTTOM-RIGHT,
POSITION-POINT=TOP-RIGHT,


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Hi Hari,

I consulted with our technicals and here is the feedback:

quote:
The answer is no. Flowing is the function that they are using in the Document Composer and the default settings are as follows:

RELATIVE-TO='report1', RELATIVE-POINT=BOTTOM-LEFT, POSITION-POINT=TOP-LEFT,

I tried to change the settings and manually and did not get the proper results. What the function is doing is as follows:

Report2 will be positioned from the BOTTOM-LEFT of report1, after report1 is created. You can manually move report2 to be right of report1 but you do not need to use flowing.


In other words, what you are requesting may be a New Feature Request (NFR), and you will need to open a case with Customer Support Services in order to submit the request. You may either call at 1-800-736-6130, or access online at InfoResponse.

Hope this helps, or please let us know if this is different from what you are looking for.

Cheers,

Kerry


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