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12097 There are no pages to display

12097 There are no pages to display

12097 There are no pages to display

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Hi

I am new to Actuate so please bear with me!

I am trying to run an Actuate report through Maximo but receiving the following message:

12097: There are no pages to display

Please help!

thanks
Rachael

RE: 12097 There are no pages to display

probably, no data rows are being returned.  If you know there should be, check what you prompting for, and what you are filtering for.

RE: 12097 There are no pages to display

one thing you may want to consider if there is no data being returned is a page stating that, which you can show the client instead of them getting an error

RE: 12097 There are no pages to display

Here's a quick sample that i threw together. You can add this code as is, and paste in in the OnEmptyGroup( ) method of AcReportSection:

CODE

Sub OnEmptyGroup( )

Dim Frm As AcFrame
Dim Lbl    As AcLabelControl

Set Frm = New Persistent AcFrame
Set Lbl = New Persistent AcLabelControl

Lbl.Font.Bold  = True
Lbl.Font.Size  = 10
Lbl.Size.Width = 8.07 * OneInch
Lbl.TextPlacement.Horizontal = TextAlignCenter
Lbl.Text                     = "There is no data to display"
Frm.AddContent( Lbl )
Set BeforeComponent = Nothing
Set AfterComponent  = Frm

End Sub




 

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