In an OfficeWriter for Word report, data can be imported in two ways: at the Document level and in a Repeat Region (also known as a Repeat Block).
When data is imported at the Document level, the merge fields for the data set can appear anywhere in the document and only the first row of data from the dataset is imported. If a dataset is set to import into a Repeat Region, a section of the document will repeat for each row of data in the dataset.
If you have not previously set the dataset to import into a Repeat Region, then you do not have to do anything. All data sets are considered to be set to Document Level by default.
If your dataset is set to import into a Repeat Region, you can change the dataset to be Document Level:
A Repeat Region, or Repeat Block, is a section of a document that will repeat for each row of data in a dataset. Popular repeat regions are sections of text or table rows. To denote a Repeat Region, OfficeWriter for Word places a specially-named bookmark around the section of the document that is to repeat.
The OfficeWriter Designer toolbar allows you to Set, Clear, and Show repeat regions.
This will place the special bookmark around the section of the document.
When importing data into a Repeat Region, the following Word features cannot be included in the selected text fragment, list, or table row:
Here are the results of a Document range query:
Here are the results of the same query, with the query range set to a Repeat Region: