RE: [xsl] Hello, some problems with XSL-FO

Subject: RE: [xsl] Hello, some problems with XSL-FO
From: cknell@xxxxxxxxxx
Date: Fri, 19 Dec 2003 13:02:15 -0500
So what exactly is your question? What have you tried so far and what is giving you trouble? Posting your XSLT stylesheet would advance the resolution of your problem.
Charles Knell
cknell@xxxxxxxxxx - email

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From:     luis montealbaran <nob_ody@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent:     Fri, 19 Dec 2003 17:02:11 +0000
To:       XSL-List@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject:  [xsl] Hello, some problems with XSL-FO

Hello All, I hope somebody can help me :)

Let me explain the project, I have two xml files (courses_codes.xml and 
, I need to read this files and converted them to XSL-FO. The goal is to 
a PDF file that contains course catalog information for a particular course
group (e.g. AFAM, CSCI, BIOL, etc.) for the 2003-2004 academic year. Also 
XSLT should accept a parameter named "group" that will determine which 
course group
information will be used (e.g. values for group might be "CSCI", "BIOL", 
"CHEM", etc).
The XSLT should also accept a parameter named "year".

The XLS-FO first creates a title, using the fullname of the course group 
them creates a Table of Contect (TOC) with all the courses, and those 
courses are
linked to an individual page containing the course information.

The courses in a group has to be unique, and the ones selected using the
global parameters (group, year)

So my questions is how can achive this ??

My XML files are :


<course_group code="AFAM" name="African American Studies"/>
<course_group code="ANTH" name="Anthropology and Archaeology"/>


  <course acad_year="2003" term_id="2" crn="21135">
    <title>Images of Africana People in Cinema</title>
      <location>Sever Hall 110</location>
        <person_name>Pashington Obeng</person_name>
        <person_title>PhD, Visiting Lecturer on World Religions, Harvard 
Divinity School and Assistant Profess$
    <description>An examination of the sociocultural, political, and 
economic aspects of Africana people throu$
  <course acad_year="2003" term_id="2" crn="22066">
    <title>The Archaeology of the American Southwest</title>
      <location>Harvard Hall 201</location>
        <person_name>Steven A. LeBlanc</person_name>
        <person_title>PhD, Senior Lecturer on Anthropology, Harvard 
    <description>This course considers the prehistory of the American 
Southwest from PaleoIndian times to Euro$

Thx for the help!!
Merry X-MAS!!


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