(dsssl) dsssl and table flow objects

Subject: (dsssl) dsssl and table flow objects
From: curt brune <curt@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Mon, 17 Sep 2001 10:15:54 -0700
Thanks for your help.  The "tex" backend is really being difficult to work
with.  Again what I'm using:

	openjade:I: "OpenJade" version "1.4devel"
	openjade:I: "OpenSP" version "1.5pre5"

The command I'm using to run openjade is:

openjade -G -t tex  -V "%output-dir%=pdf" -d stylesheets/print.dsl#print.pdf /work/local/sgml/stylesheets/dsssl/dtds/decls/xml.dcl study1-doc.xml

The arguments are straight forewared:

	-G -- debug
	-t tex  -- use the tex backend
	-V "%output-dir%=pdf" -- specifying an output directory
	-d stylesheets/print.dsl#print.pdf  -- the style sheet wrapper
	..../xml.dcl -- the xml declaration
	study1-doc.xml -- my document

BTW(off topic) -- can I put xml.dcl in a catalog or somewhere else so I do not 
have to pass it into openjade every time?

When I run openjade I get the following error:

	openjade:..../docbook-dsssl-1.72/print/dbtable.dsl:404:5:E: flow object not accepted by port; only table-column flow objects followed by table-row or table-cell flow objects allowd

I have put the stylesheets (my wrapper, plus all of dsssl-1.72), the fot
output (from the -t fot option) and my document (stud1-doc.xml) on line here:


The problem is occurring near the end of my document where I have a table
of "Parameters" and "Values".  From the .fot file you can see only the table
header is generated and all the table rows are missing.

What now?  Thanks for all your help.


On Thu, Sep 13, 2001 at 12:28:48PM -0700, Paul Tyson wrote:
> Hi Curt,
> Later,
> Paul

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