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The table content is not printed on next page.

I made a form with a internal table which have so many rows.

The Internal table's content is printed on only one page.

Absolutely, the internal table has rows enough to be printed more than two pages.

What I have problem? I looked around SDN related document.

Some SDN peer say "How about usinge subform?".....

If the subform is way to sovle this problem, Let me know on that in detail.

Regards Etnaya

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    Posted on Nov 14, 2007 at 09:13 AM

    You can achieve this by using subforms, and setting the page break conditions on the table and/or subforms.

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    Posted on Nov 14, 2007 at 12:18 PM

    Page and table subform should be in flow content.

    how-to-extend-dynamic-form-over-more-than-1-page

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  • Posted on Nov 16, 2007 at 06:49 AM

    Hi Junha,

    Use a 2-Level Subform hierarchy.

    The Top Subform (Parent) should have the following settings:-

    1. The <b>Type (In Palettes->Object->subform)</b> should be <b>Flow Content</b>

    2. The <b>Flow Direction</b> should be of Type <b>Table</b>.

    3. <b>Check</b> the box for <b>Allow Page breake within Contents</b>

    The Child Subformshould have the following settings:-

    1. The <b>Type (In Palettes->Object->subform)</b> should be <b>Flow Content</b>

    2. The <b>Flow Direction</b> should be of Type <b>Table Row</b>.

    3. <b>Check</b> the box for <b>Allow Page breake within Contents</b>.

    4. Also <b>Check</b> the box in the <b>binding</b> tab for <b>Repeat Subform for each Data Item</b> and set the Minimum count to 1

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    • Former Member

      > Hi Junha,

      >

      > Use a 2-Level Subform hierarchy.

      >

      > The Top Subform (Parent) should have the following

      > settings:-

      >

      > 1. The <b>Type (In Palettes->Object->subform)</b>

      > should be <b>Flow Content</b>

      > 2. The <b>Flow Direction</b> should be of Type

      > <b>Table</b>.

      > 3. <b>Check</b> the box for <b>Allow Page breake

      > within Contents</b>

      >

      > The Child Subformshould have the following

      > settings:-

      >

      > 1. The <b>Type (In Palettes->Object->subform)</b>

      > should be <b>Flow Content</b>

      > 2. The <b>Flow Direction</b> should be of Type

      > <b>Table Row</b>.

      > 3. <b>Check</b> the box for <b>Allow Page breake

      > within Contents</b>.

      > 4. Also <b>Check</b> the box in the <b>binding</b>

      > tab for <b>Repeat Subform for each Data Item</b> and

      > set the Minimum count to 1

      I'm affraid Poojith M V is using an older version of Adobe Designer (not 7.1).

      Above comments on Table design are not applicable to the Designer 7.1, where absolutely new mechanism of table design was implemented.

      With latest version of Designer using 2-level Subform becomes unneede - Body page with table included directly in it should be enough.

      Regards,

      Petr Perstnev

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    Posted on Dec 03, 2007 at 09:09 PM

    Hello!

    The common problem here is that the subform in which you included you table has "Positioned" content type and/or doesn't allow page break within content.

    In the hierarchy of your form select object one level above your table object (this can be either Body page, if you included table directly in it, or a designated subform you created yourself). Now with this subform selected open [Object] pallete -> [Subform] tab.

    Check that you have [Content] set to "Flowed" and also mark [Allow Page Breaks withi Content].

    Regards,

    Petr Perstnev

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    Posted on Dec 04, 2007 at 10:32 AM

    Hi Junha,

    It is not mandatory to have subform as FLOW CONTENT.

    We can create table contenet in two ways

    1)See example FP_TEST_03 subform as Position Contenet and using overflow leader

    2)See example FP_EXAMPLE_01,subform as FLOW CONTENT and use table and table rows

    Regards,

    Prakash

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