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[Case Opened] Relative Position When Creating a Document
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Hello,

I haven't found any solutions to this online. When I am creating a Document in InfoAssist (8.2.03) I want two reports to run with one above the other. There is a dynamic filter so I can run them based on specific criteria. Sometimes that top report has one row, and sometimes it has multiple depending on the criteria. I want the bottom report to be hugging up to the top report instead of having a lot of white space. So it needs to move depending on how many rows the top report has. I was under the impression that the Relative Position button would take care of this. I have been playing with it for a while and sometimes it seems to work, but a lot of times it does weird things like put one report on the other side of the page or just overlap them. Is there something I'm missing? Any help is appreciated!

Thanks

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cvendrely

Since no one has been able to provide any guidance please open a case with techsupport if this is still an issue.


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cvendrely: We had experience creating DOCUMENTS in IA+ (8.2.01M) not a good experience though. DOCUMENT doesn't handle things gracefully and it has its own limitations.


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DOCUMENT doesn't handle things gracefully and it has its own limitations.


Very very true. I have found it so much easier to just hold multiple reports as HTMTABLE and then using an HTMLFORM block to layout the reports in standard HTML code.


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