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Presently i am using openoffice to design reports and sending them to server. But when i use different db i am not getting the print format rather i get the default one. Is there a way to sink the report with the code so that even if i change the db the report format should remain good. I have already designed many reports in openoffice so i can't redesign them in rml. So please don't give me that suggestion to design it in rml. Thanks for your time.
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