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I am trying to add a terms page to my invoice report using actuate pro v7.  I have tried adding a parallel section with 2 reports 1 for invoice and 1 for terms page but i get errors with this.  I have also tried adding a subpage but again i get errors!!  Has anyone done this before and if so could they give me some pointers as to what i am doing wrong.


RE: Subpage

Have you set the FlowName in the report sections to the flow on the subpage?  The error msg may have section.bas or pagelist.bas at the end

RE: Subpage


THanks for the reply, i have set the flow names in the report sections, still get this error!


RE: Subpage

What is the error message?

RE: Subpage


The error message i am getting is:-

Basic Error: 37
Module: c:\program files\Sunsystems\ActiveX\afc\section.bas
Line: 893

Verify Statement Failed

Not sure what it is i have tried various setups. Any idea what the error message means?


RE: Subpage

The only way I can get that msg to come up is if I blank out the flow name in a report section.

Try a really simply report with a Par' section and a subpage just to confirm the s/ware is fundamentally working OK. Just use the dummy dbs that Actuate provide.

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