Added field name not visible in report

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Sajid Hanif posted on 2014-1-15 16:41

Hi Eveyone,

I added paymReference field to the tmpLedgerTransExtract table in order to have it on LedgerTransStatement report by the solution provided here:

http://dynamicsuser.net/forums/p/71808/383264.aspx#383264

But despite adding prompt field in Auto and Generated Design of the report, I have the paymReference values being shown on the report but the column name (i.e. Payment Reference) is missing. I have tried everything that I can think of.

I appreciate the experienced members of any help that they can provide.

Thanks.

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Solution (Verified) Sajid Hanif replied on 2014-1-15 17:38
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Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE

I found answer to my question by experimenting. In fact the prompt control uses the name of its corresponding field from the body of the report as the ModelFieldName and that is how it aligns itself.

Good to know that.

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Sajid Hanif replied on 2014-1-15 17:04

Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE

Infact I would be more precise. Adding on one PageHeader the name does appear but not at the right place. It is one level above all the other column names.

 

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Sajid Hanif replied on 2014-1-15 17:21

Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE

As I am discovering by doing different experiments, it seems as my added prompt control is missing the ModelFieldName property. It is this property which dictates probably the left alignment of a control. But what I don’t understand is that what is the source of this property. Where exactly it comes from ???

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Solution (Verified) Sajid Hanif replied on 2014-1-15 17:38
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Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE

I found answer to my question by experimenting. In fact the prompt control uses the name of its corresponding field from the body of the report as the ModelFieldName and that is how it aligns itself.

Good to know that.

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