Hi, I’m doing a cfdocument format=”pdf” orientation=”landscape”> and it’s break the page in strange places. How do I specify a way to break the page logically?. In other words.. how can we reliably control where page breaks occur when printing the rendered HTML — which the use of cfdocument doesn’t address. DOCTYPE html> cfdocument .

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I somehow misunderstood that. By clicking “Post Your Answer”, you acknowledge that you have read our updated terms of serviceprivacy policy cfdovument cookie policyand that your continued use of the website is subject to these policies. Not really an answer, but a guess. He serves as Vice-President of IDMI Information Distribution and Marketing Incorporated a group of ColdFusion centric companies aimed at the personal property insurance industry, credit card processing and print management.

If you find that your application must use a lot of cfdocumenthere are some tips for improving performance and rendering.

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Am I over looking something? Each brsak is displayed in 2 rows of a table. Here is some sample code: When you set this attribute of cfdocument to true, it tells ColdFusion to retrieve image files directly from the server rather by attempting to use HTTP. Jonathan Wilson 2, 1 16 A single td-nested div is sufficient to cause the above behavior for the whole row. At its simplest, you can stick some text between the opening and closing tags of cfdocument there is currently no built-in cfdocument script equivalent and it will render a PDF to the screen.


The page-break-inside CSS property only works for Opera w3schools. cfdocumeng


I have tried several different ideas, and I am currently stumped. Avoid using relative file paths: Tim Cunningham has been obsessed with programming since his dad bought a Kaypro IV to help run the family business in In my tests with CF10 although i believe the CFdocument engine hasn’t changed since CF8the renderer seems to keep rows braek if they are three or four lines tall, and splits them at some point.

Set the localURL attribute to yes. Some of the returned records are being split between pages first row is at the end of page one, the second row is the top row of the next. A sample record nreak displayed HTML: For me, after trying all the tricks and forum hints etc. If you are not using cfdocumentsection covered nextthen where you place the cfdocumentitem in your HTML will make a difference as to how it affects the entire document. Setting Page Attributes cfdocument has attributes that allow you to set margins, page size, page orientation, and brreak.


This does not work, it only hides the 9th record. This DIV solution worked for slightly taller rows – maybe the algorithm weights block-level elements and tries to keep them together, so nesting tables inside your tables might discourage page breaks ouch! Document Handling cfdocument By Tim Cunningham.

I also ran the hot fix for text cut-off issue. Here is some sample code:. Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. Stack Overflow works best with JavaScript enabled. Post as a guest Name. Email Required, but never shown. Sometimes you may want to create a PDF that does not have the same header and footer for every single page like a title pageor you may have few pages that need different margins.

Eddie 2, 7 31 He blogs at http: It would be optimal if anything you produce in a browser will cfdocumenh exactly the same in the cfdocument generated PDF. To deal with this, you can use cfdocumentsectionwhich puts your HTML content into separate blocks, each of which can have their own settings for margins, headers, and footers defined in a cfdocumentitem nested in that cfdocumentsection.