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No automatical page break but error!?


(Guest) #1

Hi all,

When printing a list I receive the following error message exactly when the first line of the list doesn’t fit on the first page:
“No table object error - LlPrint[WithBox]Start(): No table in the list mode available.”

Page breaks are working automatically, aren’t they?

Thank you very much for your answer
Burkart


(Guest) #2

Yes they are. You need to have a table (or report container) in a list
project, that’s what the error message says.

Paulchen

“Burkart Venzke” <bv1@g…> wrote in message
news:4663348200918953@combit.net

Hi all,

When printing a list I receive the following error message exactly
when the first line of the list doesn’t fit on the first page:
“No table object error - LlPrint[WithBox]Start(): No table in the
list mode available.”

Page breaks are working automatically, aren’t they?

Thank you very much for your answer
Burkart


(Guest) #3

Thank you so far.

I don’t understand why the error occurs not until the first line after the first page. The first 25 lines (in the first page) are printed without problems (when I stop printing before the 26th line).

So I have a table but it seems to disappear (become invalid or so)!?

Thank you again
Burkart

Yes they are. You need to have a table (or report container) in a list
project, that’s what the error message says.

Paulchen

“Burkart Venzke” <bv1@g…> wrote in message
news:4663348200918953@combit.net

Hi all,

When printing a list I receive the following error message exactly
when the first line of the list doesn’t fit on the first page:
“No table object error - LlPrint[WithBox]Start(): No table in the
list mode available.”

Page breaks are working automatically, aren’t they?

Thank you very much for your answer
Burkart


(Guest) #4

AFAIK there’s no way for a table to become invalid. But why do you
call LLPrintStart() AFTER having printed some lines already? Please
only use one LlPrintStart(), use LlPrint() for the page wraps.

Sounds like a problem with your print loop then.

Paulchen

“Burkart Venzke” <bv1@g…> wrote in message
news:1874849200916571@combit.net

Thank you so far.

I don’t understand why the error occurs not until the first line
after the first page. The first 25 lines (in the first page) are
printed without problems (when I stop printing before the 26th
line).

So I have a table but it seems to disappear (become invalid or so)!?

Thank you again
Burkart

Yes they are. You need to have a table (or report container) in a
list
project, that’s what the error message says.

Paulchen

“Burkart Venzke” <bv1@g…> wrote in message
news:4663348200918953@combit.net

Hi all,

When printing a list I receive the following error message
exactly
when the first line of the list doesn’t fit on the first page:
“No table object error - LlPrint[WithBox]Start(): No table in the
list mode available.”

Page breaks are working automatically, aren’t they?

Thank you very much for your answer
Burkart


(Guest) #5

Thank you very much again.

The solution is:
Before needing more than 25 lines, page 1 was restricted to “page()=1” (because of another (here unimportant) second page).
But there was also another restriction: The table itself was also restricted to “page()=1”.
I have only changed the first restriction but not the second one, too (because I hadn’t recognized it before).

Burkart

AFAIK there’s no way for a table to become invalid. But why do you
call LLPrintStart() AFTER having printed some lines already? Please
only use one LlPrintStart(), use LlPrint() for the page wraps.

Sounds like a problem with your print loop then.

Paulchen

“Burkart Venzke” <bv1@g…> wrote in message
news:1874849200916571@combit.net

Thank you so far.

I don’t understand why the error occurs not until the first line
after the first page. The first 25 lines (in the first page) are
printed without problems (when I stop printing before the 26th
line).

So I have a table but it seems to disappear (become invalid or so)!?

Thank you again
Burkart

Yes they are. You need to have a table (or report container) in a
list
project, that’s what the error message says.

Paulchen

“Burkart Venzke” <bv1@g…> wrote in message
news:4663348200918953@combit.net

Hi all,

When printing a list I receive the following error message
exactly
when the first line of the list doesn’t fit on the first page:
“No table object error - LlPrint[WithBox]Start(): No table in the
list mode available.”

Page breaks are working automatically, aren’t they?

Thank you very much for your answer
Burkart