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Diplay multiple Graphic Phrases within WWI report (EHS)

Hi,

To generate mutliple graphic phrases within a WWI report, it requires to use the repaeting group type - Descrete Expansion of Multiple Values - (within Edit Report), which results in the following coding:

<11BRG048(M,Z_SAFETY_CARD_8008;*)>

<11BRG051(D;*)>

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code within text box----

<01GZSC_ZSC81(G)[SZ:A;D:APersonal Protection]>

-code within text box --

<11BRG051>

<11BRG048>

The result is the diplay of only one graphic (multple phrase graphics are assigned the specification workbench) in the template generation of the report. What do I do wrong?

Regards,

Roy Derks

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    Posted on Sep 26, 2008 at 03:15 AM

    My initial guess is that the symbol was not entered with * in the Multi. Value Asst field and left as 0.

    So instead of what you have here:

    <11BRG048(M,Z_SAFETY_CARD_8008;*)>

    <11BRG051(D;*)>

    <01GZSC_ZSC81(G)[SZ:A;D:APersonal Protection]>

    <11BRG051>

    <11BRG048>

    It should show up something like this when you re-insert the symbol:

    <11BRG048(M,Z_SAFETY_CARD_8008;*)>

    <11BRG051(D;*)>

    <01GZSC_ZSC81(G;*)[SZ:A;D:APersonal Protection]>

    <11BRG051>

    <11BRG048>

    That should resolve it and have all graphics show up. Hope that helps.

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    • Former Member Former Member

      Robin,

      Thank you for the details, we can display multiple pictures now.

      The pictures are diplayed (which is correct) next to eachother, but every next picture is displayed a little bit lower than the other one. We are using the following coding:

      <11BRG048(M,Z_SAFETY_CARD_8008;*)>

      <01GZC_ZSC81(G;*)[SZ:A;D:Personal Protection]>

      <11BRG056(D;*)>

      <11BRG056>

      <11BRG048>

      Note, that the following code is placed in a text box:

      <01GZC_ZSC81(G;*)[SZ:A;D:Personal Protection]>

      Thank you in advance.

      Kind regards,

      Roy

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