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Object 'Margin' is not fully enclosed by its enclosing object

Object 'Margin' is not fully enclosed by its enclosing object

Object 'Margin' is not fully enclosed by its enclosing object

(OP)
Hi,
I am developing report when i register the report for a different print style in Oracle Applications i get below error.
"Object 'Margin' is not fully enclosed by its enclosing object 'Delivery Number"

As such Delivery Numner field is in the body and no way related to margin.

I think i need to do some settings with the print style that i am using.

Any ideas?

Kiran

RE: Object 'Margin' is not fully enclosed by its enclosing object

The delivery number field is close to the edge and overlaps with it when printer spec changes.  Try moving the field invard, out from the edges proximity.

RE: Object 'Margin' is not fully enclosed by its enclosing object

(OP)
Thanks for quick response.

The delivery number field is well inside and not touching any other frame.

I am able to get the output for printer style landscape. I believe its printer style issue. I don't know how to resolve it.

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