Add test-engine message to the header instead of to the body
Our automated test process counts the number of pages of created documents. In some cases they can never be more than one.
Because of the extra body text "Report created by Windward test version - www.windward.net" our test cases fail when the document is just on the limit. See attached an example of such situation.
This could be avoided if the text was put in the header as a text box behind the text (like the workaround for creating a watermark, "Voorbeeld" in our test case).
This has the additional advantage for you, that all the documents will be marked by the test engine (and not only the last one). In theory, you could now trick the test engine and create documents without the message. All you need to do is always set a page-break at the end of the document. By doing so you are sure that the last page of the generated report only contains the "Report created by Windward test version - www.windward.net" message. You could then delete the last page of the pdf through another process.
Jurriaan Kloek commented
Not only applicable to the Restful engine, also to the Java and .Net engine