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Problem with Report Output: jsf and tiles

I am developing a WebSphere app using jsf, reportPageViewer component and tiles to manage the output. I have previously developed an app using jsf and the component successfully. In this case i am using tiles to manage a page header, menu, body and footer so there is an extra level of complexity. The report is to go into the body area. The issue is at run time. The report seems to be properly loaded but the display is messed up in the 'body' area. The report header and footer show up properly and the detail shows up with the grouping however the detail extends past the footer so it looks very odd. Also, the navigation buttons don't see to work. Here is the jsp/jsf code used:

<hx:viewFragment id="viewFragment3">

<hx:scriptCollector id="scriptCollector1">

<h:form id="form1" styleClass="form">

<bocrv:reportPageViewer reportSource="#{reportWrapper.reportSource}"

viewerName="CrystalViewer" enablePageToGrow="false" allowDatabaseLogonPrompting="false" allowParameterPrompting="false" allowDrillDown="false" displayToolbarFindPageButton="false" displayToolbarToggleTreeButton="false" displayToolbarViewList="false" displayToolbarFindButton="false">





Any thoughts and/or suggestions would be appreciated.

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    Posted on Jan 14, 2009 at 02:43 PM

    Not use tiles?

    The viewer positioning will play havoc with it.

    You can try old school and put the viewer in the iframe or frame, to take it outside of tile management.


    Ted Ueda

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