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Overlapping of Main window with Footer window in Smart Forms
By Namrata Singh, Hitachi Consulting
Many a times, there is a
business requirement to display the footer on the bottom of the last page. But
at the same time, not wasting the unnecessary space occupied by the footer
window on rest of the pages i.e. utilizing the main window to the fullest on
every page. This document explains how to achieve this requirement in Smart
Problem Area: Even after overlapping of main window with footer
window and putting the condition “After the end of main window”, line items
still overflows to the footer level of the page.
Solution: The issue faced after overlapping the main window
with footer window can be achieved by creating a folder within the main window
and using the events to check whether there is enough space to print the footer.
are the steps.
Step 1: Create
a Secondary window say “Footer” which would be the footer window. Overlap
the main window on the footer window as shown below. The footer window will be
behind the main window.
Step 2: Create a folder within the
main window say “Check_Footer”.
Go to Tab “Events”,
select the checkbox “Footer with Height” and give the required height of the
footer. Select the checkbox “at End of Table”. Specify the “Minimum
height” as required.
Now, go to “Conditions”
tab and select the checkbox “Only before end of main window”.
This is basically done to
check whether there is enough space to print the footer on that page. The Footer
window would then print the output.
Step 3: Go to the created
“Footer” window .Under the Conditions tab, select the checkbox “Only after
end of main window”. Create a text which would display the footer data.
The final output: Output consists of 3 pages with the footer on the
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