I am in a situation where I have a "front matter" template with particular headers and footers. Following that is several instances of a "body" template, each instance extracting data from different places in DOORS. These "body" templates all have the same header and footer, but it is a different header and footer than the "front matter" has. Some of the templates pull data from the middle of a paragraph. The problem is that RPE automatically inserts a new section break between each template due to the master page. Sometimes this section break appears in the middle of a paragraph!
Question: Is there a way to override RPE's insertion of a next-page section break between templates?
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3 replies Latest Post - 2012-12-04T14:17:54Z by Dragos.Cojocari
Pinned topic Override RPE's insertion of a next-page section break between templates
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Updated on 2012-12-04T14:17:54Z at 2012-12-04T14:17:54Z by Dragos.Cojocari
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Re: Override RPE's insertion of a next-page section break between templates2012-12-04T14:08:15Z in response to SystemAdminHi Bob3
I have the above issue, RPE seems to add a section break after each different template (.dta) file uses from the specification (.dsx) file. This has the effect of re-starting the numbering in the table of contents. Hoping this is a setting somewhere to suppress?
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Re: Override RPE's insertion of a next-page section break between templates2012-12-04T14:17:54Z in response to SystemAdminThis behavior is hard coded in RPE and it cannot be changed from the outside. Please create an RFE for adding this capability to RPE.
@Bob - I apologize for the 1 year late reply, the message slipped between the cracks.