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How to hide report row

How to hide report row

How to hide report row

I have a report coulmn named %Complete on my report. I want to hide complete row if %Complete=100.
How do I do that?

RE: How to hide report row

If everthing you want to hide is contained in a frame then override the buildfromrow method of the frame and set the size.height = 0 when the value is 100.

RE: How to hide report row


Is there any chance you could post an example of the code to do this? I'm new to coding Actuate and struggling with this.

My situation is I have two columns and if the value of both are 0 I want to hide the row.


RE: How to hide report row

In frame properties, click Methods tab and select BuildFromRow function by double clicking on functions name. You will see following Built-in function:

Function BuildFromRow( row As AcDataRow ) As AcBuildStatus
    BuildFromRow = Super::BuildFromRow( row )
    ' Insert your code here
    If (Col1=0 and Col2=0) Then
     size.height = 0
    End If
End Function

RE: How to hide report row

Great thanks just what I wanted.

RE: How to hide report row

This response is kind of late!

why not set the condition in sql;
%complete !=100
unless you want to fetch that row for some reason, and not display it for some other reason...

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