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Eclipse BIRT Report Developer Guide
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In this procedure, you insert the credit limit field in the existing table.

Figure 8-3 Inserting a column to the left of an existing column

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In Data Explorer, expand Data Sets, then expand Customers. The Customers data set displays the fields specified in the query.
In the layout editor, the table displays the field that you added. The table also shows the label element that the layout editor automatically added to the header row. This label serves as the column heading and displays the field name as static text. The report should look like the one shown in Figure 8‑4.

Figure 8-4 Result of adding the credit limit field in the layout editor

Figure 8-5 Report preview showing the result of adding credit limit

Some of the customers have a credit limit of 0. These are new customers who have not yet been approved for a line of credit.

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