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property to avoid overwriting?

3 posts in DataWindow .NET Last posting was on 2004-10-26 01:14:28.0Z
Cindy Posted on 2004-10-25 17:16:37.0Z
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I have a composite datawindow. One of the nested
datawindows has a field with a datatype of 'text' and can be
quite lengthly display-wise (especially if hard returns are
included). The problem is this text field, if it spills
onto a second page, overwrites the header of the report that
displays at the top of the page. And we're losing a line of
two of data. Does anyone out there have an easy solution
for this problem?


dfish Posted on 2004-10-25 17:51:27.0Z
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Have you tried using the Autosize height property on the column and
the detail band in the DataWindow?

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Dave Fish
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On 25 Oct 2004 10:16:37 -0700, Cindy wrote:

>I have a composite datawindow. One of the nested
>datawindows has a field with a datatype of 'text' and can be
>quite lengthly display-wise (especially if hard returns are
>included). The problem is this text field, if it spills
>onto a second page, overwrites the header of the report that
>displays at the top of the page. And we're losing a line of
>two of data. Does anyone out there have an easy solution
>for this problem?


Bruce Armstrong [TeamSybase] Posted on 2004-10-26 01:14:28.0Z
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Is this a DataWindow.Net question?

On 25 Oct 2004 10:16:37 -0700, Cindy wrote:

>I have a composite datawindow. One of the nested
>datawindows has a field with a datatype of 'text' and can be
>quite lengthly display-wise (especially if hard returns are
>included). The problem is this text field, if it spills
>onto a second page, overwrites the header of the report that
>displays at the top of the page. And we're losing a line of
>two of data. Does anyone out there have an easy solution
>for this problem?

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