Designing MultiPage reports

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  1. wakthar
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    Member since:
    Nov 2013

    Posted 22 Oct 2018 Link to this post

    I have need for a report whereby the header has to be the same on each page but the contents and footer different.

    As an example

    • Header
    • Detail1
    • Footer1
    • Header
    • Detail2
    • Footer2

    Is this possible and if so can anyone provide details?

  2. Ivan Hristov
    Admin
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    196 posts

    Posted 25 Oct 2018 Link to this post

    Hello,

    The header can be represented by a PageHeader section, which will remain the same in all the rendered pages. Depending on the current scenario, a PageFooter can also be used for the footer and can be changed with bindings, expressions or conditional formatting based on the current page number. From the listed requirements is not clear what will be the difference in footers, but their appearance in most cases can be controlled via the Page Functions.

    If the current scenario requires the pages to be totally different from each other, I would suggest to consider using a Report Book - it represents a collection of different reports that are processed and rendered together. In this case the different pages may be rendered as different reports and altogether included in a ReportBook item.
    I believe the following links will point you in the right direction:


    Regards,

     

    Ivan Hristov
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