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I am generating compound PDF reports and bursting in ReportCaster to the Report Library in WebFOCUS based on the same high-level sort field for each report or graph in the compound reports. I am generating a PDF compound report per value for the high-level sort field.
I am using ReportCaster webservices and an interface to run the WebFOCUS job that runs the PDF layouts procedures to create the compound PDFs.
So, it is generating a compound PDF report per sort value, but for one of the values, it is not generating all of the content in the compound report. When I run one of the PDF compound layout procedures standalone, it generates all of the content fine for one value that is fed in by an amper variable.
This is kind of a high-high level description of the issue and how it executes. I know I have not posted any code. I was just wondering if anyone has experienced anything like this based off what I have described here from a high-level aspect.This message has been edited. Last edited by: FP Mod Chuck,