Nested Headers Possible?

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    Created by: Neil Ambrosen on 03-04-2012 05:03:41 AM
    Hi all
     
    Some webview reports have 3 layers of headers eg agtskg24 where it has Completed Tasks then Incoming then the actual fields such as Handled and AHT.
     
    Is it possible to have these 3 levels in CUIC, I don't seem to be able to drag a new header and drop it into another like you can with the fields?
     
    Cheers
    Neil

    Subject: RE: Nested Headers Possible?
    Replied by: Riyad Ottayil on 03-04-2012 09:03:37 AM
    It is not possible. You can have only two levels - headers and fields under it

    Subject: RE: Nested Headers Possible?
    Replied by: Neil Ambrosen on 03-04-2012 09:34:53 AM
    Yeah I can only make it have 2 levels - the header and the field.  Not header in header then field

    Going to make delivery of some customers custom reports that had been done in Webview tricky!!

    Subject: RE: Nested Headers Possible?
    Replied by: Senthil Kumar Natarajan on 03-04-2012 08:54:39 AM
    Hi all
     
    Some webview reports have 3 layers of headers eg agtskg24 where it has Completed Tasks then Incoming then the actual fields such as Handled and AHT.
     
    Is it possible to have these 3 levels in CUIC, I don't seem to be able to drag a new header and drop it into another like you can with the fields?
     
    Cheers
    Neil

     
    I beleive its possible. You need to 
    1. Run report
    2. Click 'Edit'
    3.On the Right side, under 'Current field order in the grid', position the cursor.
    4. Click 'Add Header', a pop-up opens, enter the name of the header
    5. Now move the fields under that new header
    6. Save it
     
     
    -Sen

    Subject: RE: Nested Headers Possible?
    Replied by: Senthil Kumar Natarajan on 03-04-2012 08:55:14 AM
    I beleive its possible. You need to
    1. Run report
    2. Click 'Edit'
    3.On the Right side, under 'Current field order in the grid', position the cursor.
    4. Click 'Add Header', a pop-up opens, enter the name of the header
    5. Now move the fields under that new header
    6. Save it


    -Sen

    Subject: RE: Nested Headers Possible?
    Replied by: Senthil Kumar Natarajan on 03-04-2012 09:39:49 AM
    yep, not possible. Looks like only 2 levels are supported for now.