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getting a blank page before a command for page break

hi all,

i have requirement of smartform tht print plant wise pages and for tht i have one event sort begin on werks.

so when i use command go to new page it is working fine but it leaves the first page blank and starts from the second page.

and i want to remove tht blank page.

the blank page is coming bcoz i have a command go to new page i.e &page1

so it prints the first page blank for every selection criteria.

hope u get my point

reply ASAP.

thanks

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  • author's profile photo Former Member
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    Posted on Sep 04, 2009 at 08:20 AM

    Hi,

    Put that command node after all windows get displayed..Mostly you can put a main window like that after all windows and give command to main window. Then when control goes to main window after displaying all windows then it moves to next page...If you want to display data after Command node..Then you can create Final Windows before main window and give its alignment according to requirement of page display.

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      but did u gave any other condition aprat from 1 = 2, in CONDITION tab of command?

      better u do in this way, define a variable (say flag), make the varaible as 'X' whenever the plant changes and give a condition FLAG = 'X' in the condition tab of COMMAND (& remove condition 1 = 2, it is just for testing to know where the problem is coming).

      Hope it helps!!

      Rgds,

      Pavan

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    Posted on Sep 04, 2009 at 08:33 AM

    Hi,

    i guess may be u defined the COMMAND 'Go to New Page' before all the windows printing, try to call the COMMAND after all the windows printing...

    Hope it helps!!

    Rgds,

    Pavan

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