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Adding page number in webi report based on section

I have a condition where a section can grow upto 2 or 3 pages and I want to show page number according to that section.For each new section page number should start from 1 and increment until the section ends.

I tried using In section operator but that doesn't seems to be helpful.

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    Posted on Jan 14, 2009 at 03:37 PM

    Hi Vivek,

    Could you please test the following solutions to resolve the issue.

    Solution1:

    To display the page numbers from the first according to the section details i.e based on the number of sections in a report.

    example: If a report has3 sctions and first section comes in 3 pages,2nd section comes in 4 pages and 3rd section in 2 pages, then total number of pages is9. Then the display of page numbers should be [page number of section in(1,2or3)/total number of pages in all the sections]

    Insert a cell within a page and insert the formula

    =Concatenation("Page"" " ,PageInSection(1)" ")

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    If the above doesnu2019t works then please try the following solution.

    Solution2:

    --Create a report with section.

    --Format the Section to "Start on a new page"

    --Apply Page Layout to the report

    --Insert a Cell and apply function PageInSection()

    I hope this will help you.

    Regards,

    Deepti Bajpai

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    Posted on Dec 14, 2010 at 01:39 PM

    Use the page function available in the WebI under Misc. category.

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