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Making subform behave as table and data part as body row
By Nisrin Pindwarawala, YASH Technologies
we use a table in an adobe form using drag & drop, following are the common
This demo will help us rectify the problem by making the subform behave as table
and the data part as body row.
achieved by assigning binding to the subform.
Go to SFP transaction and create interface for the Adobe form.
the table as import parameters, which will be passed through driver program.
Create Form by going
to SFP transaction.
The form contains
the context area, which will display the contents of interface. Drag and drop
the table 'IT_SFLIGHT' from context area under the folder 'YDEMO_SUBFORMS'.
fields of the table, which will not be used in the layout, it adds to the
Go to layout tab,
under the layout change the content area adding a static text to the top of
master page. Name the content area. Click on the tab body pages.
body page the subform content has to be positioned.
fields, which you want to view from data view on to the body page individually.
When we try to move the individual fields of the table the binding with
the table is affected and the data that is displayed becomes inconsistent, this
demo will help you retain the binding with the table by making the subform act
as a table.
The field 'FLDATE'
can be displayed in different formats as per the requirements, which will be
explained by below snapshots.
Select all the
fields being displayed on the layout and wrap them in subform.
Accessibility of the form should be bodyrow. Create another subform for ex:
Sflight details and wrap the fields in this subform and give the subform content
as positioned and for the bodyrow subform give the subform contents as flowed.
The check box "Allow page breaks within content" has to be marked for
the data which is being flowed.
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