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Each item of the repeating container can be displayed over multiple lines.

Figure 1 shows an example of a multistage layout of repeating containers.

Figure 1 Multistage layout of repeating containers

[Preparation] Item definition

Figure 2 shows the model items that make up the repetitive container 'Breakdown'.

Figure 2 Items of "Breakdown"

[Required] Set up the column

The setting of the column is determined by the layout name with "*" at the top.Layout names use one or more alphanumeric characters.
The first label (here * C1) is automatically assigned to the first row.Subsequently, each time a different label name appears, it is assigned to the next stage.

Do not set the layout name in the repeat container 'Breakdown' item.

Figure 3 Column image
Figure 4 Setting the layout name
Please include hidden labels in all item names except repeating container name (in this example it will be "breakdown").

[Optional] Align with label

Specify this when you want to match the order of items.Label names use one or more alphanumeric characters.
Position matching is performed between items with the same label indicating the label position.

Figure 5 Items to be aligned
Figure 6 Label name setting

[Optional] Cell join (row)

This is a setting for combining multiple items into one line.For this time we will set "2" for each item so that 2 tiers are put together."Cell join (line)" combines multiple lines into one.
With this designation, vertical columns can be combined into one.

Fig. 7 Items to be summarized (row)
Fig. 8 Join setting (row)

Cell join (row) of item of repeating container ID type

Please specify the number of rows for "cell join (row)" of the item of "repeating container ID" type.It becomes "2" if it is 2 steps and "3" if it is 3 steps.Figures 9 and 10 are examples of 3 steps.

Fig. 9 When the number of container stages is 3
Figure 10 Setting cell join (row) of repeating container ID

[Optional] Cell join (column)

"Cell join (column)" combines multiple columns into one.

Fig. 11 Collected items (columns)
Figure 12 Join Settings (Column)