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Using Tables in adobe interactive form

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I am using form designer to design my PDF in webdynpro. I would like to create a table in my PDF page. But i noticed that at present the adobe standard library doesnt have a table UI. is there any way to create table indirectly in the PDF page. how the context binding should be done in this case. can some one help me with this.



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The basic layout element for creating dynamic tables in the Adobe LiveCycle Designer is a subform of type Flow Content. In the SAP environment, you should even be able to choose a special Table option as part of the Subform properties (on the Object palette). If this option doesn't appear, you probably haven't got the latest version of Designer installed. How to use a subform in general is described very well in the Designer documentation (call up from the Designer menu bar under Help).

The data binding is done as always:

1. You create your context in SAP NetWeaver Developer Studio.

2. When you launch Designer, the context appears in the Data palette. From there, drag and drop the individual nodes onto the table fields that are part of your subform.

Again, this is described in the Designer documentation.



Markus Meisl

SAP NetWeaver Product Management