Exclude a footer in Ultimate PDF from

I want the footer to only display on the last page of the document, and I don't know up front how many pages there will be.   How do I use css styling on that container to do this.   Or is there anything specific in UltimatePDF that can help me with doing that?

Solution

Hi Mercia Zaayman,

sorry, I haven't noticed that.

Now i have made the URL as anonymous. Kindly verify now 

https://ellakkiya-selvadurai23.outsystemscloud.com/CoverLetter/SimpleReportPDF_Employees.aspx?(Not.Licensed.For.Production)=

I have attached the oml here.

Hope this helps!

Regards,

Ellakkiya.S


PDFFooter.oml

Are you using any URL to create the PDF using this component.

It would be helpful if you share your sample OML to get clarity.

Amit Jain

Hi Mercia Zaayman,

I have refered the solution posted by AJ in the below thread 

https://www.outsystems.com/forums/discussion/65756/how-to-remove-page-number-on-specific-pages/ 

I have done the workaround for your scenario by modifing the AJ's solution, Kindly refer the attached URL

Regards,

Ellakkiya.S

Thank you for your reply - I don't have access to okta though :(

Solution

Hi Mercia Zaayman,

sorry, I haven't noticed that.

Now i have made the URL as anonymous. Kindly verify now 

https://ellakkiya-selvadurai23.outsystemscloud.com/CoverLetter/SimpleReportPDF_Employees.aspx?(Not.Licensed.For.Production)=

I have attached the oml here.

Hope this helps!

Regards,

Ellakkiya.S


PDFFooter.oml

Thank you Ellakkiya,    I can make this work for me

Hello  Mercia,

Agree with ellakkiya 

If you find your solution so you need to mark as solution 

So if any one need same requirement they will get solution easily

Thanks and regards,

Akshay Deshpande.

Depending on the nature of the footer that you want to use, if it can be included as an image, you could use the actions from components such as PDF Manipulation extension to insert the footer as an image in the last page (making sure it falls somewhere inside the margin just to ensure there's no potential overlapping with the contents).

Other things you could consider, if the footer isn't a hard requirement and it makes sense in your scenario, you could generate a PDF for a back cover page instead and then merge both PDFs (similar to the approach I suggested here, but in a reverse order).

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