- When Flag is set to xsl report templates- flag; The report will print all the Groups one at the time using the whole available width. The order will be by column number first and then row number.The report will print everything from column one, then all the Groups in the second column etc.
- When Flag is set to xsl report template - two-column-flag: The report will print the groups into two columns based on the column numbers set at the group level.
- When Flag is set to xsl report template - three-column-flag: The report will print the groups into three columns based on the column numbers set at the group level.
- When Group is set to xsl report template Dyn-field-table; Like group, it creates a column for the label, but then it will create a new table for each element with as many columns as the Element has Fields. So if you have two Elements with three Fields each, it will be aligned. This is nice to use if you, for example have many Elements with multiple Fields as check boxes each, and they all have a label. If you use Group they will not align, but if you use this they will. Numeric values can be right aligned if specified in option.
When Field Type is set to Fixed Text-Label in front. Text is centered. Text is underlined. Field for fixed text which cannot be edited. The text is not displayed in reports. Can be used e.g. to create headings. In the GUI, you have 3 Field Types, the first 2 have a label and no fixed text, the third has no label and no fixed text. This was done to show a header for the columns below. There are 3 Field Types for the fixed text because the field types inside of the rest of the elements below it, only have 3 Field Types per Element.
- Name the element that you have created headers for.
- Add Field Types to the Element.
If you would only like 2 headers to appear, a third header needs to be created and left blank. This is the result of having 3 Field Types under the data Element. If you have 4 Field Types in the Data Element and only wish to have 3 headers, 4 headers need to be created and one left blank.