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what is diff between master page and body page , i hve some header data and body data , i want to display that header data in all the pages and only body data will move as per record increases ,

so will i paste my header data to master one and paste all the dynamic data in my body page , is this a right way or else plz guide me???

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    Posted on Aug 14, 2008 at 05:29 AM

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    > what is diff between master page and body page , i hve some header data and body data , i want to display that header data in all the pages and only body data will move as per record increases ,

    Master page : here you can place the Objects which will repeat on all page. those objects are called boilerplate objects.

    Bodypage : it is depends on the design. how you want to place the content. based on settings POsitioned and Flowed the data will be shown in the body page.

    Body page will go and sit on the Content Area of the Master page. By default you get a content area in master page.

    > so will i paste my header data to master one and paste all the dynamic data in my body page , is this a > right way or else plz guide me???

    yes you can do that header data like Logo etc on master page. and rest on Body page.

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    Posted on Aug 14, 2008 at 05:29 AM

    Hello

    Ankesh place your thread into following forum

    Expert Forums » SAP NetWeaver » SAP Interactive Forms by Adobe

    you will get result soon.

    Thanks

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