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Merge vertical column group in crosstab


blosser

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blosser wrote:

Hi,
consider following example:
I have column group in crosstab:
h11 | h21 |
h12 | h22 |

and h11 equal h12. I want to merge both this cells in one. Can i do it?

 

Now in JR, if h11 equal h21 then both this cells merge in one (horizontal merge). I hope that vertical merge (h11 equal h12) will be implementing too in future.

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Hi,

 

In JR, there is no such thing as cell h11 and h21.

They are the same cell which corresponds to a level 1 column bucket header.

 

What you need is to merge header cells that belong to column buckets on different levels, which has nothing to do with the existing crosstab behavior.

 

And what exactly do you mean when you say h11 is equal to h12? Just because they display the same value? Is that enough? What if they have different background colors? Are they still equal?

 

Thank you,

Teodor

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teodord wrote:

Hi,

In JR, there is no such thing as cell h11 and h21.
They are the same cell which corresponds to a level 1 column bucket header.

What you need is to merge header cells that belong to column buckets on different levels, which has nothing to do with the existing crosstab behavior.

And what exactly do you mean when you say h11 is equal to h12? Just because they display the same value? Is that enough? What if they have different background colors? Are they still equal?

Thank you,
Teodor

 

Thanks for answer, teodord

Yes. I want to merge column on different levels, which has the same value (independence background colors) and situated one under other (h11 and h12). I believe, it will be option in column group.

 

In resume, i will wish to use complex multiline column group in crosstab, similar colspan and rowspan tags in html.

 

Post edited by: blosser, at: 2006/10/13 07:17

Post edited by: blosser, at: 2006/10/13 07:18

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