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This may sound like a stupid question. I understand that if i want to get value of a variable from a table request ,i have to HOLD it first and then READFILE/READ to get the value.
I have a PDF output report which can go multiple pages and i reference that in a compound document. Is there any way that i can get the page no(or no of pages) from a PDF output.I want to use the page no in the compound document.I know that i am doing PCHOLD and the output is rendered to the browser/client and there is no holding in temp. You may say that i can calculate no of pages from the data ,but the thing is i cant calculate the no of pages from the data as there are lots of varying factors in the data and i am not sure if the page will overflow or not from the data.This message has been edited. Last edited by: FP Mod Chuck,
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