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Nested tables in Adobe Forms
Reduce the size of Content Area as shown in figure below.
on Subform and then in Right-click on the Subform and then in Palettes click on
Object and then under Objects Tab click on Subform and make the Content as
Flowed as shown below.
Then Create one more Subform and Rename it as Table and then
Right-click on this Form and in Palettes click on Accessibility
make the Subform role as Table and make its Subform content as Flowed as
in above case.
Then Insert two Sub Forms in the Table Sub Form, rename it as Header and Body,
make sure to make them as Flowed too, and make the Accessibility of the two
Subforms as Header Row and Body Row respectively.
Then Insert a Static Text in Header and insert the Field
names as shown below.
Then under Data View, individually Drag and Drop the Fields from the table
it_flight in Body Sub Form.
Fields are CARRID,
Then under Hierarchy tab Select the 3 Fields (i.e. Carrid, Carrname, and SPFLI)
and then drag drop them in Body Sub Form as shown below.
Then make the Body Sub Form as Flowed as well as make its
Flow Direction as Western Text as shown below.
the Table Header of SPFLI as shown.
Select the all Fields and make their Appearance as None.
Insert a column to the left of connid as shown below.
Finally arrange the Fields as shown below.
the Pagination Tab of Body Subform in Overflow choose the Go To Content Area value as ContentArea1.
the Binding of the Body Subform as shown below.
Give the binding for CARRID.
Follow the same
Change the binding for SPFLI as shown below.
Change binding for CONNID and fields related to SPFLI as
Save and Activate the form.
Execute the form. The following output will be displayed.
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