Re: [xsl] XSL-FO Table Problem / Many columns on one page

Subject: Re: [xsl] XSL-FO Table Problem / Many columns on one page
From: "Mukul Gandhi" <gandhi.mukul@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Tue, 18 Apr 2006 20:14:48 +0530
I think setting page-width property (of fo:simple-page-master) large
enough for your requirement should solve the problem.

I suggest please don't split a wide row across multiple pages. Let
pages multiply depending only on the number of rows (which will happen


On 4/18/06, Tyler Durden <schrottigemails@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Hi,
> I'm having a problem with layouting tables with XSL-FO.
> I'm working with tables with lost of columns, which ends up in the
> table being to big for a normal page and the rest of the table is not
> displayed cause it's outside of the paper. Btw, i'm going to render
> the table into a pdf with FOP or XEP, so it's not a problem cause of
> incompatibility of FOP.
> Is there a way, i can tell the prozessor that if the columns are too
> long for one page, that the columns (not the rows) are continued on
> the next page? Imagine a simple table with 5 rows but 50 columns which
> just hold one number in every cell. even with wrapping  and
> hyphenation on, it will simply be to big for one page, but i still
> want to print it... splitted over numorous pages.
> the problem is, i need to "divide" the rows between some columns onto
> more than one page--
> i hope you understand what i meant. if not, please ask.
> thanx for the help

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