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Landscape and potrait page report generation in RPE/RDNG

Vani B (1391273) | asked Sep 13 '17, 1:19 a.m.

Is it possible to generated the report with some pages in portrait and landscape?

I am facing this issues if the figure/image or Table is bigger which cannot be accommodated inside the portrait page.

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Kumaraswamy Gowda (39115) | answered Sep 13 '17, 1:51 a.m.

Hi Vani,

Yes, this is possible. You could use master page in RPE template in Studio and assign it to a container.
You have to create 2 master pages, one could be for portrait and the other for landscape.


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Vani B commented Sep 13 '17, 2:48 a.m.

after creating two master pages one with portrait and other for landscape, what all changes need to be incorporate in the RPE template. could you please share a sample template.

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Subramanya Prasad Pilar (4.6k16) | answered Sep 13 '17, 2:53 a.m.

Where do the images and tables come from? How do you determine if they can/cannot be accommodated in portrait page?
Once you figure that out, you can achieve this using dynamic master page. Use a variable (pageOrientation) and set it as "Page orientation" property of the master page.

You can refer where you find an example template.

Vani B commented Sep 13 '17, 5:33 a.m.

The Tables and images which are bigger are already in the formal modules, which are imported from word document from the ADA user into the DNG Module.

After generating the report for this DNG module using document style report/RPE,  some images/tables were displayed half/cut which were bigger in the generated document.

It is difficult to determine if they can/cannot be accommodated in portrait page. Let me know how to  determine if they can/cannot be accommodated in portrait page while generating report

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