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Eclipse BIRT Report Developer Guide
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How to use a dynamic text element

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Make sure the table or list in which you want to insert a dynamic text element is bound to the data set that contains the CLOB data. To verify or create the data set binding, perform the following tasks:
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On the Binding page, in Data Set, select the data set. BIRT creates a column binding for each field in the data set.
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On the expression builder, choose Available Column Bindings, choose the table under Sub-Category, then double-click the column binding that refers to the data set field that contains the CLOB data. Choose OK to save the expression.
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In the layout editor, select the dynamic text element. On Property Editor, choose the Properties tab. Property Editor displays the properties of the dynamic text element.
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Choose this value if you do not know the format of the field contents. If the content contains HTML tags, BIRT Report Designer interprets it as HTML and displays the content correctly. If the content is plain text, BIRT Report Designer displays it correctly also.
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Choose this value to display the field contents exactly as they appear in the data source. If the content contains HTML tags, BIRT Report Designer displays the HTML tags.

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