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Adobe Experience Manager Dynamic Forms

TCWill81
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How to make tables continuous if needed... onto the next page in AEM

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Kosta_Prokopiu
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If you use Workbench you also use the Adobe Designer. The link here is a very simple example of a dynamic table that breaks onto follow on pages. I hard-coded the number of lines in the Binding section of Row1. Important is that you change the Page subform (Page1 here) to Subform - Content Flowed (Top to Bottom) and Allow Page Breaks within Content. The rest should be done with the Table object.

 

https://documentcloud.adobe.com/link/track?uri=urn:aaid:scds:US:94031d66-5313-4bdb-876a-6e214f353f79

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TCWill81
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Sorry if I wasn't specific enough, however there's a client that wants a text field enlarge and create another page if needed as the form becomes full and push the table to the next page if needed. How do you do this?
TCWill81
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No... this is Workbench however, Workbench isn't necessarily used. If that makes sense?
Kosta_Prokopiu
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If you use Workbench you also use the Adobe Designer. The link here is a very simple example of a dynamic table that breaks onto follow on pages. I hard-coded the number of lines in the Binding section of Row1. Important is that you change the Page subform (Page1 here) to Subform - Content Flowed (Top to Bottom) and Allow Page Breaks within Content. The rest should be done with the Table object.

 

https://documentcloud.adobe.com/link/track?uri=urn:aaid:scds:US:94031d66-5313-4bdb-876a-6e214f353f79

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