Absolutely. Add two computed columns to the dataset, one to count the
total rows, and one to do a running count. Then select the detail row
of the table and choose highlight rule. Set the highlight rule to fire
when the two are equal and apply a style. See attached example.
On 12/7/2011 10:53 AM, kkp wrote:
> We are using Birt3.7 to generate reports, is it possible to identify or
> find lastrow fetched and apply some styles on it.
The only way I know to do this is to use the Page Break Interval setting
on the table so you know how many rows will be on a page.
You also can not set it higher than what will fit on the page or the
calculation will be off. If you set it to say 15, then you can use the
same approach that the previous example I posted and just apply the
styling every 15 rows.
On 12/7/2011 10:23 PM, kkp wrote:
> Is it also possible to get last row of each page and apply styles to it?