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    Dynamic sections, formula using 3.5

    Hi All,
    I am migrating the VB 6.0 to .Net 3.5 with CR9 to Business objects XI. In my code, I have few templates and more reports. I am loading the related reports from the database depends on the template name.
    Creating dynamic sections and adding the textobjects, formula fields, importing other reports in the report footer sections.

    please help me on this. if you want, i can share the code as well.


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    Re: Dynamic sections, formula using 3.5

    Not enough knowledge

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