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Flowed Forms/Dynamic Tables Problem

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21-04-2021

I have an Adobe form I am developing in AEM. In the form I have three subforms. The first is just a header and is not flowed. The next two are flowed forms that sit side by side on the page. In the respective subforms I have tables that are dynamic. I can add and delete table rows with out issue. What happens is that when table 1 reaches the bottom of Page 1, table 2 skips down to Page 2 instead of staying on Page 1 next to table 1. All subforms are within a 'master' subform that is flowed. All forms, tables, fields allow page breaks with in content. Pagination is set to Place in the only content area (Main) and After continue filling parent. 

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This is quite difficult to achieve with subforms. If you use a table and wrap the subforms in it it may work. Here is an example

https://documentcloud.adobe.com/link/track?uri=urn:aaid:scds:US:2b89ec5b-7b3f-45a5-8409-0bab08298f4b

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