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By: simon - s2ksim

Reports with multiple horizontal pages?

2003-02-27 10:25

Does JasperReport support them? I know that JFreeReport doesnt but I cant find info on JasperReport on this.

 

 

By: Yong Wang - wymz

RE: Reports with multiple horizontal pages?

2003-03-03 09:31

I don't think it does. I have been looking for this myself. It would be really useful to have this support for reports that have too many columns to fit even a legal/landscape.

 

It would be very helpful if teodord can tell us whether this will be supported in the near future and if not, how difficult it is to implement on our own...

 

 

By: Teodor Danciu - teodord

RE: Reports with multiple horizontal pages?

2003-03-25 13:32

 

Hi,

 

I would be glad to add such functionality

to JasperReports.

But can anybody explain to me how the engine

should behave when the column do not fit the

page with.

If there should be a new page to create to continue

printing sideways, what should happen to the

current page number?

 

I'm trying to obtain some detailed requirements

before dealing with it.

 

Thank you,

Teodor

 

 

 

By: Yong Wang - wymz

RE: Reports with multiple horizontal pages?

2003-07-07 09:32

Hi Teodord, I dropped off for a while and just saw your message. MS Access prints a wide page horizontally cross multiple pages and assigns a new page number for each of them. Thank you for your work.

 

 

By: Chris Hane - hane

RE: Reports with multiple horizontal pages?

2004-08-03 22:46

 

Was/Is this implemented? I was looking around and couldn't find anything else on multiple horizontal pages...

 

Chris....

 

 

Teodor wrote:

Hi,

 

I would be glad to add such functionality

to JasperReports.

But can anybody explain to me how the engine

should behave when the column do not fit the

page with.

If there should be a new page to create to continue

printing sideways, what should happen to the

current page number?

 

I'm trying to obtain some detailed requirements

before dealing with it.

 

Thank you,

Teodor

 

 

By: Mykel Alvis - evilarchitect

RE: Reports with multiple horizontal pages?

2004-08-04 05:44

I can check on the functionality of Crystal 10 if you're interested in how/if they do this.

 

Personally, I'd like the option to either split a column to another page or force it entirely to the new page, as well as the option to have that be another page number or keep the same page number.

 

But then, I always ask for a lot. :)

 

 

 

By: Yaroslav Mazurak - hekpomah

RE: Reports with multiple horizontal pages?

2004-10-20 07:00

Hi!

 

I think that page width and horizontal page count should be *calculated* depends on all column widths. In addition, page numbers can have format <vertical page>.<horizontal subpage>.

Another possible feature - ability to limit count of horizontal subpages and/or fit to xxx horizontal [/vertical] pages (scaling). :-)~~~

 

--

With best regards

Yaroslav Mazurak.

 

 

By: Bazhenov PAvel - pvb

RE: Reports with multiple horizontal pages?

2003-04-15 09:11

Variant of solution: Design multiple (overlapped) plan of visual components for bands wich must printed on different pages and commutate it using printWhenExpression. In the datasource repeat lines with wide-pages count and set in each group special field for the each page (e.g. called 'evenodd'). Add in report group component with groupExpression=$F{evenodd} and isStartNewPage="true".

 

 

By: Giulio Toffoli - gt78

RE: Reports with multiple horizontal pages?

2003-04-16 04:35

If the number of horizontal pages is fixed (and it should be), a solution could be this. Please note

that I don't know anything about your specific problem,this is only an idea....

 

Create N distinct reports, where N is the number of horizontal pages, and fill it with the same DataSource: any report could be structured to rapresent the specific horizontal portion.

The page number (if required) could be calculated: it is PAGE_NUMBER*X where X is the horizontal portion.

One o more significat text fields (you could use it as hidden setting background and foreground to the same color of the page, white, and setting width to 1px) could be mantain horizontal alignment of rows between reports.

 

Giulio

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