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Reference number not coming in the fotter of the sec page

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I am designing a interactive adobe form. In the master page i have a header witht he formname and a logo and in the footer I have page number and a text field binded with the interface field to display the reference number. Form has one page ,but at run time when in some condition data may flow to next page . Now Problem is on the second page evrything come fine header, data in the content area and the fotter. but In the footer the value of the text edit fields that is mapped to reference number is not coming as it is in the first page.

Pooja

Edited by: Pooja Gupta on Jul 2, 2010 6:09 PM

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    Posted on Jul 03, 2010 at 05:26 AM

    >>In the master page i have a header witht he formname and a logo

    >>..

    >>on the second page evrything come fine header

    header info seems to be static, so no probs while displaying in the second page.

    >>in the footer I have page number and a text field binded with the interface field to display the reference number

    is your interface field that is binded a simple string field which can occur only once, or is it a part of multi occuring structure like table.

    >>Now Problem is on the second page ..In the footer the value of the text edit fields that is mapped to reference number is not coming as it is in the first page

    the problem seems to be in the binding of the text-field to the corresponding reference number coming from the interface-context. for the text-field in the footer, verify: Object -> Binding -> Default Binding, make sure it does not contain any * in it.

    other check could be, you can apply some coloured border to the text-field in footer of master pages, and ensure the rectangle atleast visible in both pages

    regards,

    BJagdishwar.

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