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Issue in creating 2 Report files and making one output

Issue in creating 2 Report files and making one output

Issue in creating 2 Report files and making one output

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All,
I am new to webfocus.I have a requirement where i need to show the set of data one by one based on conditions.It has couple of grouping and where conditions.By refering the CAR MAS file specific examples, i tried creating 2 TABLE files with different data and used HOLD to keep the data, then used MORE to display them in a page.I took the example as it is and used them in report, but it says no data in table.But i am able to see data if i have one TABLE file.For commands like -Run,--<Html it says error.And after the execution of the file,the 2nd table file and remaining commands are disappearing.I am using webfocus 7 Report painter.I dont know what is the mistake.Even i took few examples that were given in this forum.For them also i am getting same issue.
Can anyone suggest how to make 2 table files and get one report output using report painter.
Regards
R.Prasanna

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