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Hi,
Our compound report includes five reports and the order has been decided by our user and has been correctly displayed for about two years.

Please see the code below, any idea? Thanks!

By the way, a WF patch was applied recently, we don’t know if they are related or not.

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COMPOUND LAYOUT PCHOLD FORMAT PDF
UNITS=IN, $
SECTION=section1, LAYOUT=ON, MERGE=ON, ORIENTATION=LANDSCAPE,
PAGESIZE=Letter, $

PAGELAYOUT=1, NAME='Page layout 1', text='Page layout 1',
TOC-LEVEL=1, BOTTOMMARGIN=0.2, TOPMARGIN=0.2, $
COMPONENT='report1', TEXT='report1', TOC-LEVEL=1,
POSITION=(0.400 0.200), DIMENSION=(* *), $

PAGELAYOUT=2, NAME='Page layout 2', text='Page layout 2',
TOC-LEVEL=1, BOTTOMMARGIN=0.2, TOPMARGIN=0.2, $
COMPONENT='report2', TEXT='report2', TOC-LEVEL=2,
POSITION=(2.50 0.200), DIMENSION=(* *), $
RELATIVE-TO='report1', RELATIVE-POINT=BOTTOM-LEFT,
POSITION-POINT=TOP-LEFT, $

PAGELAYOUT=3, NAME='Page layout 3', text='Page layout 3',
TOC-LEVEL=1, BOTTOMMARGIN=0.2, TOPMARGIN=0.2, $
COMPONENT='report3', TEXT='report3', TOC-LEVEL=2,
POSITION=(0.380 0.200), DIMENSION=(* *), $
RELATIVE-TO='report2', RELATIVE-POINT=BOTTOM-LEFT,
POSITION-POINT=TOP-LEFT, $

PAGELAYOUT=4, NAME='Page layout 4', text='Page layout 4',
TOC-LEVEL=1, BOTTOMMARGIN=0.2, TOPMARGIN=0.2, $
COMPONENT='report4', TEXT='report4', TOC-LEVEL=2,
POSITION=(0.500 0.200), DIMENSION=(* *), $
RELATIVE-TO='report3', RELATIVE-POINT=BOTTOM-LEFT,
POSITION-POINT=TOP-LEFT, $

PAGELAYOUT=5, NAME='Page layout 5', text='Page layout 5',
TOC-LEVEL=1, BOTTOMMARGIN=0.2, TOPMARGIN=0.2, $
COMPONENT='report5', TEXT='report5', TOC-LEVEL=2,
POSITION=(0.200 0.200), DIMENSION=(* *), $
RELATIVE-TO='report3', RELATIVE-POINT=BOTTOM-LEFT,
POSITION-POINT=TOP-LEFT, $
END

SET COMPONENT='report1'
SET FOCFIRSTPAGE = 1
-INCLUDE app/report_awc.fex
SET COMPONENT='report2'
SET FOCFIRSTPAGE = 1
-INCLUDE app/report_abc.fex
SET COMPONENT='report3'
SET FOCFIRSTPAGE = 1
-INCLUDE app/report_acd.fex
SET COMPONENT='report4'
SET FOCFIRSTPAGE = 1
-INCLUDE app/report_ade.fex
SET COMPONENT='report5'
SET FOCFIRSTPAGE = 1
-INCLUDE app/report_aew.fex

COMPOUND END
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Where is the code for the positioning of the elements ?

Have you compared a backup (hope you have) of the code prior to the update and the actual code ? May be a starting point.


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Posts: 2410 | Location: Montreal Area, Qc, CA | Registered: September 25, 2013Report This Post
<Emily McAllister>
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Hi,

Was the order correct for non-PDF output? What patch did you apply?

Emily McAllister
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You appear to have both separate pages and have set the position of each report as "relative-to" the previous report.

Except you also have Report 4 and Report 5 both relative to Report 3.

Has the amount of data in either Report 4 (app/report_ade.fex) or Report 5 (app/report_aew.fex) changed? If so the auto-sizing may be getting confused.

Assuming that you want Report 5 to follow Report 4, try changing the code "RELATIVE-TO='report3'," part of the PAGELAYOUT=5 code to read "RELATIVE-TO='report4',"

That should hopefully get things back in order

Cheers

Stu


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