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Use for-each@section, @section basically creates dynamic sections and you can have different header/footer for each sections.
Hi ,your suggestion was helpful..... I added the section to the top level group and its getting reset for every new section of top group.My XML data is as below.
My requirement is to have site code and elementname in header. When i apply @section for sitetag the header resets for each new site site. But i need to display the element name also aong with site.
The report is like ...it displays element result values for employees under each CC belonging to each site.
plz guide as it is urgent requirement.
you can nest to for-each@section loops for sitecode and under it for element name. This will give you a section
for each combination of site code and element name. Caveat is it will start a new page for each.
Is there any command for nesting or just giving the same syntax for element also.
Bcos when i tried to give @section for both site and element the totals etc are not displaying.
Edited by: user8574400 on Feb 7, 2010 9:12 PM