Re: [xsl] Pagebreaks in Excel-HTML transformer

Subject: Re: [xsl] Pagebreaks in Excel-HTML transformer
From: Jon Gorman <jonathan.gorman@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 1 Feb 2006 08:38:00 -0600
Hi Oleg,

One thing I've noticed about this list is that if people can answer a
question they usually do.  Sending the same email four times or so
doesn't improve your chances greatly.

> here is an exerpt from the sitemap:

Some people use Cocoon here, but not a lot.

> What do you think might be wrong?   Please help !

Something wrong with the stylesheets?  Something wrong with the input
XML?  What form is the XML supposed to be in?  Where are the
stylesheets?  I vaguely remember the input is supposed to be from one
of the open-source spreadsheet-like programs, but I can't remember

> If I run that XSLT transformation in XMLSpy2006,
> resulting XSLOutput.html does not show any page breaks
> at all (none at all in the whole document, it also drops all <table> tags):

*shrugs*  So......perhaps the spacing is being caused by something
else.  Try it with a couple of different XSLT processors.  Without
having any clue what the stylesheets look like, how are we supposed to
know what's going on?

> So I it's a serializer interpreting the pagebreaks:
> <map:serializer name="fakeout-xls" mime-type="application/"
>                src="org.apache.cocoon.serialization.HTMLSerializer"/>
> Any ideas what might be wrong there ?  Any known bug ?

No clue, but perhaps there might a Cocoon-specific email list or the
like.  My guess is somethings wrong with the stylesheet.   Unless it's
one that comes with Cocoon by default.  If it does, then my guess is
something is wrong with your serialization sequence or your input.

Jon Gorman

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