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How do you put footers on business objects reports

I want to add footers on each page of a business objects report

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SOURCE: When trying to refresh a Business Objects error... DMA0007

If changes have been made to the universe it may well be that in Deski you're using a local copy of it,
I would first advise exporting the universe to the repository (cms ) and having another go in Infoview just to ensure that the same copy of the universe is being used.

If it still fails, you will need access to the Business Objects server as it could well be that the connection on the server is either missing, incorrect or using a different version of middleware.

The fastest way to check on the server, is to launch Deski directly on the server and import the report > refresh it and see if you get the error.
If so then we know that it's a connectivity issue.

Posted on Mar 14, 2009

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SOURCE: Business Objects Context problem

Why not add a simple derived table in the universe, e.g.

select 1 as 1

Then place a self restricting join on the derived table
Then add the self restricting join to both contexts

Create an object from the derived table and add to query...

this should prompt users for a context.

JB

Posted on Jul 07, 2009

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SOURCE: How to add multiple data sources?

The following links may be very useful for you

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http://www.softguide.com/pj/2762/crystal-reports-developer-edition.htm

http://www.vtc.com/products/Crystal-Reports-XI-Beginner-Tutorials.htm

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Posted on Oct 22, 2009

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How to add multiple data sources?


The following links may be very useful for you

http://www.c-sharpcorner.com/UploadFile/mahesh/MultipleDataSourceReport08232006225431PM/MultipleDataSourceReport.aspx

http://www.softguide.com/pj/2762/crystal-reports-developer-edition.htm

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  • To add a footer to a page, choose Insert - Footer, and then select the page style for the current page from the submenu.
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BO Error (DMA0007)


This error - DMA0007 is generally a connectivity issue, or you are attempting to refresh a report that uses a local dataprovider , e.g. an Excel workbook.


Which version of Business Objects are you using?
How are you refreshing the report.. manually / via infoview / scheduled in XIR2 or via BCA?

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An Unbound object is not stored in a table, it is placed on the form or report. An Unbound object control is the equivalent of a label control. To display the object for each record, you must place that field in the Details section of the form or report. Does this help?

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Business Objects Context problem


Why not add a simple derived table in the universe, e.g.

select 1 as 1

Then place a self restricting join on the derived table
Then add the self restricting join to both contexts

Create an object from the derived table and add to query...

this should prompt users for a context.

JB

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