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Change in smartform layout

Hi,

I have a smartform with 3 pages. Page 1 calls page 2 and page2 calls itself recursivly (ie for page 2, next page is page 2). Then we have page 3 which has the terms and conditions. Currently we have a command node after the main window, which takes us to page 3 (terms and conditions) after processing for page 1 and page 2 is completed. The main window has 3 tables, one for card data, next table for some special clauses and 3rd for item level data

Now the client wants a change. He wants that all item level data which is part of the main window, should start from a new page ie after the card data and the special clauses are printed on the PO, the item level data should start form a new page and if the item level data overflows more then one page there should be a page break. How can we acheive this? Please help.

Thanks,

Mick

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    Posted on Jun 17, 2006 at 10:47 AM

    Hi Mick,

    Try to keep a COMMAND NODE in the first cell of the ITEM DATA table. This may help you,

    Thanks and Regards,

    Bharat Kumar Reddy.V

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      Hi,

      Two things.

      1. If the ITEM DATA needs to start from a fresh page, you need a COMMAND NODE (Go To Next Page), before the ITEM table.

      2. You need to have page protection so that the data pertaining to one line will be displayed entirely in the same page. So, create a folder in the main area of the table and put all the text elements of the table, under the folder. In the attributes of the folder, switch on the page protection checck box. This will ensure that the data of a specific line is not split into two different pages.

      Regards,

      Ravi

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