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How to add new entry in a report?

How to add new entry in a report?

How to add new entry in a report?

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Hi,

Thanks in advance for your help!!!

I am very new to actuate tool. This is the first time I am using this tool. I need to include one new entry to my report. For example my exsiting report contains (Name, EmpNo, Salary). Now I need to add DOB in this report.

To do this I have added the new field heading in the Libraries folder (In *.rol file). But it is not reflecting in my design folder. But if I try to update something in the exsiting field caption then it is reflecting in my design screen. Only the new field is not updating in my design (i.e. *.rod).

Whether we have any procedure to insert the new label box. (I just copied the old one and changed the caption). If so please help me to resolve this issue.

Thanks in advance!!!!!!

Thanks,
Vinoth R

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