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I have an html page that contains about 8 different fex's and the user can chose a pdf output of these same fexs. They are asking to be able to chose which fex's (out of these 8) are included in the pdf output. I'm sure there is a way to do this and I'm am just searching for some best practice/guidance on the best way for me to accomplish this. Thanks for your advice!This message has been edited. Last edited by: cldiaz,
Currently no, when they open or filter the html all fexs run/are filtered. Then for the pdf output same thing. All fex's currently run with the selected filters in the pdf output. I'm going to check out having a selection of which fex's to run and then putting them in a main fex using SET COMPOUND. I'll update with my solution if I get it. Thanks!