|Hide Detail Row For Nested Table [message #886179]
||Thu, 14 June 2012 11:45
| Nitin Sharma
Registered: May 2012
I have a master table which lists the ParentTicket IDs with some other details. Then for each of the Parent Ticket IDs I have a nested table which lists down its respective child-ticket IDs. I have a nested table for child ticket IDs in the master table of Parent Ticket ID. There is a scenario when a parent ticket does not have any child. In this scenario there is no entry for the nested table. But there is a redundant blank detail row appears.
How can I make this detail row invisible wherever I do not have any child ticket entries?
|Re: Hide Detail Row For Nested Table [message #1053390 is a reply to message #923328]
||Sat, 04 May 2013 23:15
| Kaushik B
Registered: May 2013
Thanks for the help.
Your every reply is helping me.
I used your 1st Method , then I am getting expected output in only web viewer.
Also in above reply of you
Please help me to understand "runandrender"
I used your second method but somehow it is not working.
Please Check my attached rptdesign file if I am doing something wrong.
Method 1:Well in Web Viewer
Method 2:Wrong output
Extra Information about my rptdesign file :
I have created report which shows parent workitems with its respective child workitems in single row.
Parent 1....Child 1
Parent 2....Child 1
I used nested table to get the output.
I wanted to display only those workitems (Parents) which has child workitems.
Actual output is listing parents with and without child workitem. :wacko:
Parent 1...Child 1
Parent 4...Child 1
To list row with only parent-child I refer your answers.
Now I am able to get required output but only in Birt's Web viewer. everywhere >> No output
Not in excel or as html. so no output in RTC web client ()
IBM rational team concert
Please Help me to get required output in every format directly.
Data Source : Jazz Data Source
Rational Team concert 3.0.1
[Updated on: Mon, 06 May 2013 07:23]
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|Re: Hide Detail Row For Nested Table [message #1053872 is a reply to message #1053870]
||Wed, 08 May 2013 03:36
| Michael Williams
Registered: July 2009
In your visibility expression for the detail row in the second table, can you try something like:|
!BirtComp.anyOf(row["WI_ID"],myarr) && !BirtComp.anyOf(row["SUMMARY"],myarr)
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