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Table Headers Do Not Print On Multiple Pages If The Table Is Inside a Complex Conditional (Doc ID 2132808.1)

Last updated on JULY 31, 2018

Applies to:

Oracle BigMachines CPQ Cloud Service - Version 11.0 to N/A [Release 11 to 2013]
Information in this document applies to any platform.


When a Table in Doc Engine exists inside a complex conditional, the table header is not shown on any pages after the first when the table flows onto multiple pages. The Include Table Headers checkbox is checked so it is expected that the headers will be displayed on all pages where the table is shown.

To reproduce this issue:

  1. Create a Complex Conditional in Doc Engine.
  2. Create a table in the Complex Conditional page.


  1. Edit properties of the table and confirm that Include Table Headers checkbox is selected.


  1. Create a Quote with enough line items so that the table will extend onto multiple pages.
  2. Preview the document.
  3. and notice that Table Headers are not present on any pages after the first.


In the below image you will see that the following headers exist on the first page (Part Number, Qty, Description, List Price).


In the below image you will see that the headers are not shown on the second page of the output document.



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