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      PRD 3.5 build 3352
      Trying to find awork around for PRD-2044, i tried setting the width to 0 if the subreport should not be shown.
      Formula : =IF(TRIM([t_cofc])<>"SALSA"; 0;10%)
      With should be 10%, if the subreport should be visible. --> Does not work, 10% is not accepted.
      As all the width of the row are expressed as %, i would like to keep it that way as it gives me more fexibiliy when i want to change the page format, but i cannot.
      So i need to convert 10% to ???? Error and trial leads me to 56.
      So i changed the width
      =IF(TRIM([t_cofc])<>"SALSA"; 0;56)
      Layout is not as expected
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        Kurtis Cruzada added a comment -
        Since you are using the "row" layout on the master report by changing the details band in the sub-report to "row" layout. It should work fine.
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        Kurtis Cruzada added a comment - Since you are using the "row" layout on the master report by changing the details band in the sub-report to "row" layout. It should work fine.
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        Kurtis Cruzada added a comment -
        There is some strange behavior when the using "row" layout with mixed widths... for instance in the report above there is percentage widths mixed with explicitly set ones.
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        Kurtis Cruzada added a comment - There is some strange behavior when the using "row" layout with mixed widths... for instance in the report above there is percentage widths mixed with explicitly set ones.
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        Thomas Morgner added a comment -
        If you want to have 10% width, let the formula return -10. (As said above: Width of 100% == -100 in internal representation; so 10% == -10).
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        Thomas Morgner added a comment - If you want to have 10% width, let the formula return -10. (As said above: Width of 100% == -100 in internal representation; so 10% == -10).
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        gunter rombauts added a comment -
        If you use the working sample and preview it to xls, you will notice that the information that should be placed on 1 line is now spread over 3 lines.
        The regular fields on line 1
        The subreports on line 2
        An empty third line.

        This is for me a SHOW STOPPER, as we will never be able to use a subreport in a report that also has to be exported into excel.
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        gunter rombauts added a comment - If you use the working sample and preview it to xls, you will notice that the information that should be placed on 1 line is now spread over 3 lines. The regular fields on line 1 The subreports on line 2 An empty third line. This is for me a SHOW STOPPER, as we will never be able to use a subreport in a report that also has to be exported into excel.
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        Kurtis Cruzada added a comment -
        Closing this issue. Please open a new issue if you feel this is not addressed.
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        Kurtis Cruzada added a comment - Closing this issue. Please open a new issue if you feel this is not addressed.

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            Kurtis Cruzada
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            gunter rombauts
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