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Scroll table but fix row or column on Web report.


On (2004s), BI Web report, I would like to fix header of row or column of the table and scroll the table.

For example, suppose only from 2006/1 to 2006/3 can be displayed on the web report and from 2006/4 to 2006/6 can be read by pushing "Next" button. (the maximum or rows and column can be set on the web template property)

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Product 2006/1 2006/2 2006/3 2006/4 2006/5 2006/6

A001 X X X X X X

A002 X X X X X X

But Customer dislike this button and want to use scroll bar like web blowser.

I have received the same request from not only one customer but many customers. (I feel more than half customers I met demand this to me.)

Does anyone know the good idea to realize it.

I have tried frame division solution but it is not good..

Kind regards,


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  • Posted on Nov 14, 2006 at 10:51 AM


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    Masaaki Arai

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      Hi Andrew,

      You are right. More information about the SPS can be found at

      The features list of SPS 13 stated (September 7th, 2007):

      <b>Analysis Grid Item</b>

      "The following features have been added to the Analysis Web item:

      - Using parameter ANALYSIS_ITEM_MODE, you can specify whether the analysis Web item is to be displayed using the standard display or as plain HTML.

      <i>- Using parameter USE_SCROLLBARS</i>

      - Using parameters PAGING_TYPE_ROWS and PAGING_TYPE_COLUMNS, you can specify the scrolling behavior for the rows and columns. You can either scroll by page, or by row or column.

      - At runtime, if the display hierarchy is active, the hierarchy levels are vertically indented in the columns.

      - At runtime, you can select rows and columns by clicking the row or column headers or by clicking a cell in the row or column. You deselect the row or column by clicking it again."

      Today it was due for release in week 39.

      Bye --PJ

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