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PowerBuilder n-up datawindow fields not displaying wrapped data

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I have an n-up datawindow in PowerBuilder version 9.0.2 Build 7509 and I want one of the fields to wrap.  The dw has 4 fields occuring 3 times across the dw and I want one of those fields to wrap when necessitated by it's length.  All fields have the Autosize height attribute set and have Slide Up set as All above.  
It appears that the amount of data that is displayed is determined by the data in the first column of each row.  If THAT wraps then the wrapped data of the subsequent 2 columns is displayed.  If it does not, then the wrapped portion of the 2nd & 3rd columns of the field is not displayed.
Is there a way to allow each column of data in the row to display the amount of data appropriate to that field?
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by:sandeep_patel
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you need to set Autosize Height property for band also.
Set Autosize Height property for band and set it's height to zero(0).

If that doesn't work then export datawindow and attach here.

Regards,
Sandeep
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by:rhohlov
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I have Autosize Height property set though the height wasn't 0.  I tried that, to no avail.
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you are right!!! looks like PB bug
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by:rhohlov
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I was afraid of that.  It doesn't really help, but it is good to have confirmation!  Thanks.
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