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Cristina_inet
Fluorite | Level 6

Good morning!

I am using the “ods pdf Anchor” option in a pdf report as follows:

 

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The hyperlink works fine for the first few titles until there comes a point where it stops linking the page correctly.

In the following example, we see that after running the program the anchor for page 5 (v_num) is IDX5.

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However, the IDX 5 link does not take me to the corresponding page.

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Could you tell me how to solve this problem?
Would it be possible to see the properties of these hyperlinks to know the page you are using?

Thank you,

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JosvanderVelden
SAS Super FREQ
Can you provide code for a simplified example (without sensitive/private data) that we can use to test?

From your description we (or at least I) cannot identify a cause for the reported issue.
ballardw
Super User

I wonder if we are seeing one of the odd effects of using the * <text>; style of comment text with the macro language.

 

You might try, as an experiment, replacing the * characters in the macro Crea_ancla with a more neutral, in terms of macro language, text character like an underscore _ and see if that still fails in the same place.

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