I am building a compound report with a single report in it.
The single report actually generates multiple tables based on different BY FIELD category.
I achieve that using the SUBHEAD on the BY FIELD as shown below.
Here is how the compound report looks like :
SET HTMLARCHIVE=ON *-HOLD_SOURCE COMPOUND LAYOUT PCHOLD FORMAT PDF UNITS=IN, $ SECTION=section1, LAYOUT=ON, METADATA='prop_with_names^Margins_Left=0.0^Margins_Top=0.0^Margins_Right=0.0^Margins_Bottom=0.0^thumbnailscale=4', MERGE=OFF, ORIENTATION=PORTRAIT, PAGESIZE=LETTER, SHOW_GLOBALFILTER=OFF, $ PAGELAYOUT=1, NAME='Page layout 1', text='Page layout 1', TOC-LEVEL=1, BOTTOMMARGIN=0.0, TOPMARGIN=0.0, ORIENTATION=PORTRAIT, METADATA='BOTTOMMARGIN=0.0,TOPMARGIN=0.0,LEFTMARGIN=0,RIGHTMARGIN=0,ORIENTATION=LANDSCAPE,', $ OBJECT=STRING, NAME='txt1', TEXT='<font color="#ffffff" face="CALIBRI " size=26>SALES REPORT</font>', POSITION=(0.5 0.56), MARKUP=ON, WRAP=ON, DIMENSION=(5.522 0.521), METADATA='left: 0.850in; top: 5.808in; width: 3.522in; height: 0.521in; color: rgb(255, 0, 102); font-family: CALIBRI; font-size: 33pt; position: absolute; z-index: 2; -ms-word-wrap: break-word;', $ OBJECT=STRING, NAME='txt2', TEXT='<font color="#ffffff" face="CALIBRI " size=10>SOME TEXT</font>', POSITION=(5.75 1.38), MARKUP=ON, WRAP=ON, DIMENSION=(5.522 0.521), METADATA='left: 0.850in; top: 5.808in; width: 3.522in; height: 0.521in; color: rgb(255, 0, 102); font-family: CALIBRI ; font-size: 33pt; position: absolute; z-index: 2; -ms-word-wrap: break-word;', $ -------
Then i reference the below report as the report component.
TABLE FILE CAR SUM SALES BY COUNTRY NOPRINT BY CAR ON COUNTRY SUBHEAD "COUNTRY: <COUNTRY" ON TABLE PCHOLD FORMAT PDF ON TABLE SET STYLE * INCLUDE = IBFS:/EDA/EDASERVE/_EDAHOME/ETC/warm.sty, ENDSTYLE END
I am also applying NO-SPLIT to avoid breaking to the next page in between.
I have set the PAGE LAYOUT to overflow instead of fixed as the report can go multiple pages.
When it overflows to the second page i want to display something else not the two TEXT OBJECT as shown above.
I can do that using Branching to a label,but i am finding it hard to do the check to see if the report overflowed to second page.
I can use
Any one encountered such an issue?This message has been edited. Last edited by: FP Mod Chuck,
Since no one was able to provide any guidance I hope you opened a case with techsupport...
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