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    Rinku Gautam
    rtf template - display constant text on every page
    Topic posted July 28, 2019 by Rinku GautamRed Ribbon: 250+ Points, tagged BI Publisher, Reports, Sample Reports, Tip 
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    Title:
    rtf template - display constant text on every page
    Content:

    Hi All,  

    I have a rtf template which contains nothing but a (row*column) table.  

    I need to display a constant text like "Hello" at the bottom of every pageother than footer or header.  

    Request the experts to pls share their invaluable inputs.

     

    Thanks,

    Rinku

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    • Santosh Kumar Bhairi

      Hi Rinku,

      One of the way, is to dervie 'Hello' thru a dummy column from the data-model and use it in the repeating groups.

      thanks,

      Santosh

      • Nishanth B Jain

        Header, footer using <?start:body?> <?end body?>
        How to use start:body  tag, and 

        To create a header or footer, we can use the MS word's header and footer section.
        But if you have complex header and footer, as an alternative, you can use
        start:body and end body tags to make it as body section of report and
        distinguish the header and footer regions from the body.

        Those elements occurring before the beginning of the body <?start:body?> area will compose the header. 
        Those elements occurring after the body  <?end body?> area will compose the footer.

        Use the following tags to enclose the body area of your report:

        =========================
        This will become Header
        < start:body >
        < end body >
        This will become footer
        =========================

        • Rinku Gautam

          Hi Nishanth,

          Thanks for your response.

           

          I have already done this. With this, it automatically put it under footer if tag is put below <end body>.

          My ask is that, it should neither be in header, nor be in footer.

           

          Thanks,

          Rinku

    • Sudhakara Rao Kovuru

      Hi Santosh,

      Can you please share the use case? if you guys have done previously?

      Thanks,

      -Sudha.