Subject: Re: [xsl] Character Report Overflow Pages|
From: "bryan rasmussen" <rasmussen.bryan@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Tue, 5 Jun 2007 16:21:15 +0200
Maybe could be done with Prince http://www.princexml.com/ which extends html css model with requirements for printing, for example page floats etc. I am of course sympathetic to wishing to avoid xsl-fo but it is also reasonable to use at times.
"That's got about as much specification as an Agile requirement ;-)"
Hehe - you obviously have psychic powers.
On 05/06/07, Andrew Welch <andrew.j.welch@xxxxxxxxx> wrote: > On 6/5/07, Matt <puskas.duck@xxxxxxxxx> wrote: > > " Doesn't he just want the the table header to repeat across pages when > > the table is spread across pages? > > > > I think this is possible FO if that's your target (one of the FO > > experts will have to say exactly how) but for HTML it's not possible. " > > > > Thats pretty much it yes, however I was hoping to avoid use of XSL-FO > > if at all possible. > > > > We're going to be generating around 200,000 statements worth of data, > > so I wanted to do as much as possible in my SQL and the XLST (as > > simply as possible! ). Based on the profile of my data the SQL can > > populate a control block, which can return, no of pages required etc. > > I just need to plug this into the stylesheet. > > > > Does'nt need to be HTML either, just a text file to be output with the > > characters at the right position. > > That's got about as much specification as an Agile requirement ;-) > > Most things are possible, you just need to decide what you're trying > to do first...