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Hi there
 
i placed a table from report viewer in center of my project
 
and i limited number of rows to 4 as this code below:
 
=Int((RowNumber(Nothing)-1)/4)
 
when data goes to table, and the number of rows is greater than 4
 
remaining of data goes to head of next page (page 2)
 
i want to do this job (placing data in table) as previous page (at the center of page)
 
how can i do that????
Posted 14-Mar-13 12:28pm
Tiradan211
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Tiradan at 14-Mar-13 17:29pm
   
this table is in my .rdlc
Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov at 14-Mar-13 17:34pm
   
RowNumber(Nothing) makes no sense at all. What did you try to express with it? 0? 0xFFFFFFFF? Anything else?
—SA
Tiradan at 14-Mar-13 17:37pm
   
it used foe limit data in table to 4 row. its not important, this piece of code work good. i cant solve above problem. thanks if u can help me ...
Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov at 14-Mar-13 17:40pm
   
No, if you not answering my question. What did you want to express with it.
If something works but you cannot explain it, it does not actually work. Just stop it. Decent development teams don't keep workers using trying-and-error without understanding.
—SA
Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov at 14-Mar-13 17:36pm
   
Please stop posting non-answers as "solution". It can give you abuse reports which eventually may lead to cancellation of your CodeProject membership. And the fact you even self-accepted on formally is just outrageous, a sure way for a ban. I hope you won't do it after this warning.
 
Comment on any posts, reply to available comments, or use "Improve question" (above).
Also, keep in mind that members only get notifications on the post sent in reply to there posts.
—SA
Tiradan at 14-Mar-13 17:41pm
   
i dont do that my friend
Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov at 14-Mar-13 18:58pm
   
Do you mean you won't? Thanks!
—SA
Tiradan at 14-Mar-13 17:46pm
   
=Int((RowNumber(Nothing)-1)/4)
in table, add group, and in Expression placed this code to limited rows to 4. ok???
do you get it?
Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov at 14-Mar-13 18:59pm
   
No, you did not even try to answer my question. I do know how to limit something, but I think you are not getting what you are doing. Please explain why do you use Nothing and RowNumber(Nothing).
—SA
Tiradan at 15-Mar-13 3:34am
   
i found this in internet. i dont know about "nothing". but its work good
Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov at 15-Mar-13 9:37am
   
"Found in Internet". Do you think that Internet is some clever guy? This is one of the stupidest things I ever saw.
 
Never do anything which you don't understand. If you are not going to rethink your attitude, you are going to face big troubles.
 
Wish you the best of luck,
—SA
Tiradan at 16-Mar-13 4:00am
   
u r so proud of u my friend. it is not good attitude!!!!
u talk so much as a all of the world programmer leadership,
so, did u help me anymore? i am stupid guy. but what about u?
 
nobody can help me here!!!!!!!
 
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Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov at 16-Mar-13 20:53pm
   
OK, please keep calm and behave properly. Pay attention that we never talk your "textspeak", this is considered rude here.
 
Unfortunately, you cannot get unless you start to collaborate. So far, you did not collaborate and did not ask anything reasonable; all your words are just shouting "I don't want to know anything! it works".
 
Please avoid rude words. No one offended you, and you have no moral right to offend others...
 
—SA
Tiradan at 18-Mar-13 3:23am
   
ok. thank for ur help!

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