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Description The Character Justification property defines the method to use for aligning the text of the field

or label, if the datatype of the field’s Source is CHARACTER.

Values

Left

Means the text is aligned left.

Center

Means the text is centered.

Right

Means the text is aligned right.

Start

Means the text is aligned left or right depending on where it would normally start
for the language. For example, for languages that flow from left to right, Start
justifies the text Left. Alternatively, for languages that flow from right to left, Start
justifies the text Right.

End

Means the text is aligned left or right depending on where it would normally end
for the language. For example, for languages that flow from left to right, End
justifies the text Right. Alternatively, for languages that flow from right to left,
End justifies the text Left.

Applies to templates
Default Start
PL/SQL To define this attribute using PL/SQL, use the SRW.SET JUSTIFICATION procedure.

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