RE: Is there someone who use FOP ?

Subject: RE: Is there someone who use FOP ?
From: Gerald Colin <gcolin@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 15 Jul 1999 18:30:16 +0200
I mean that I can't get the conversion to PDF to work. In fact I'd like to 
use the fo:list and I know that's new in FOP. So I ask to everyone if 
someone has ever used it.
In fact I'd like to make tables.

Thank you.


-----Original Message-----
From: Chuck White [mailto:chuck@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx]
Sent: jeudi 15 juillet 1999 17:50
To: xsl-list@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: Re: Is there someone who use FOP ?

Could you be specific about how FOP doesn't work for you? Do you mean you
can't get the conversion to PDF to work? Or do you mean you don't 
its purpose?
FOP is a Java-based program that converts an XSL result tree into a PDF
document, and it works great, but I'm pretty sure the program's author,
James Tauber, hasn't implemented the entire range of FO elements into the
program, so if you're having problems, they could center around that.
Anyway, the point is, you need to be specific about the problem you're

hope this helps a bit.
And, again, kudos to James Tauber for developing FPO!

Chuck White
Creative Director
Advance Recruitment Advertising, Inc.
author of Internet Explorer 5 Developer's Guide.
M&T Press, IDG Books Worldwide
Mastering XML
Sybex Books, September, 1999

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