1 Reply Latest reply on Feb 3, 2013 9:59 AM by fac586

    group above and left classic reports

      how can i group above and left in an existing classic reports? is there any document around here please share it to me.
        • 1. Re: group above and left classic reports

          Please update your forum profile with a real handle instead of "user13653962".
          how can i group above and left in an existing classic reports?
          What does "group above and left" mean? A demonstration layout on apex.oracle.com or here (using tags<tt>\
          </tt> tags
          to preserve formatting) would be helpful.

          The options for break formatting on classic reports are:

          <li>The basic built-in control break features.
          <li>Simple DIY break layout on any number of columns using analytics in the source query: +{message:id=10679160}+
          <li>Complex report layout with multi-level headings using analytics in the source query and a custom named column report template with conditional row templates: +{message:id=9816577}+


          When you have a problem you'll get a faster, more effective response by including as much relevant information as possible upfront. This should include:

          <li>Full APEX version
          <li>Full DB/version/edition/host OS
          <li>Web server architecture (EPG, OHS or APEX listener/host OS)
          <li>Browser(s) and version(s) used
          <li>Region/item type(s) (making particular distinction as to whether a "report" is a standard report, an interactive report, or in fact an "updateable report" (i.e. a tabular form)

          With APEX we're also fortunate to have a great resource in apex.oracle.com where we can reproduce and share problems. Reproducing things there is the best way to troubleshoot most issues, especially those relating to layout and visual formatting. If you expect a detailed answer then it's appropriate for you to take on a significant part of the effort by getting as far as possible with an example of the problem on apex.oracle.com before asking for assistance with specific issues, which we can then see at first hand.