Organization of sections

Posted by: jluis-dd on 4 August 2017, 2:49 pm EST

  • Posted 4 August 2017, 2:49 pm EST


    I need an report to display data at this way


       Generic Name

       Topic 1

       Topic 2

    How can I configure the sections of my report to display something like this (without using dinamic reporting)

    I been checking this and my only conclution is that it need subreports, it is true??


  • Replied 4 August 2017, 2:49 pm EST

    I would assume a group header or two for the 'Med' and 'Generic Name', another group header for the 'Topics' and the values '*a', *'n', '*x' and '*y' in the detail section again assuming that each is a seperate record from a single recordset. But the exact layout would be dependant on your source and what all a record contains for datapoints. To really be able to answer the question, one would need to know what the recordset(s) looked like.
  • Replied 4 August 2017, 2:49 pm EST

    In fact thats not a problem because I can send the recordset in many ways, depending on the rpt's layout

    But I realized that it would be easier if I display rtf text.

    here is a copy of the rpt.

    you need a sub like this to make it work, because we need pass a connection, a RTB and a recordset to make it work!


    Private Sub ImprimeRPT2(SwSql As String)

          Dim Con As ADODB.Connection
          Dim rs As ADODB.Recordset
          Dim dc As ddactivereports2.DataControl
          Dim rtb1 As ddactivereports2.RichEdit

          Me.MousePointer = vbHourglass
          Set Con = New ADODB.Connection
          Set rs = New ADODB.Recordset
          Set Rpt = New ddactivereports2.ActiveReport
          Rpt.LoadLayout Trim(RutSof.LclRpt) & "Principios_Activos.rpx"
          Set dc = Rpt.Sections("Detalles").Controls("DataControl1")
          Set rtb1 = Rpt.Sections("Detalles").Controls("rtbBack")
          Con.ConnectionString = bdVadem.ConnectionString
          dc.ConnectionString = bdVadem.ConnectionString
          dc.Source = SwSql
          rtb1.CanGrow = True
          rtb1.SelFontName = "Arial"
          'rtb1.Height = Rpt.PageSettings.PaperHeight - Rpt.PageSettings.TopMargin - Rpt.PageSettings.BottomMargin
          rtb1.Width = Rpt.PrintWidth

          Rpt.AddNamedItem "clsVar", clsVar
          Rpt.AddNamedItem "con", Con
          Rpt.AddNamedItem "TRec1", rs
          Rpt.AddNamedItem "rtb", Me.rtbPri
          Rpt.Sections("Detalles").NewPage = ddNPNone

          FoRepVisPre.ARV.ReportSource = Rpt
          FoRepVisPre.ARV.Zoom = -1
          Me.MousePointer = vbDefault
          FoRepVisPre.Show vbModal
    End Sub


    If somebody need some reporting like this, dont doubt ask!


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