Yes, correct. Since FOP ships with an XSLT processor, I believe that FOP
can take XML and XSL:FO as inputs to render a pdf file. Which I have tested
successfully. Because XHTML is XML, I would also expect that FOP could
render a pdf file with an XHTML (saved as XML) and XSL:FO file as input. I
guess I should have been more clear.


Chadford Hilton
Web Integration
PNC Financial Services
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                    Jeremias Maerki                                                    
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FOP is a renderer for XSL:FO, not for XHTML. If you want to render XHTML,
you have to convert it to XSL:FO first.

> I have an application that produces HTML as output. I used tidy to make
> HTML well-formed and added the XML header and renamed the file to
> filename.xml from filename.html. I then use FOP to try and create a
> filename.pdf file. I get a "/ by zero" exception. The problem is the
> pageCount variable in the StreamRender class isn't get incremented. Since
> it's initialized to zero, an Arithmetic exception is thrown when the log
> tries to write out the average time it took to render each page. Since
> XHTML is  XML, I would have expected this to work. Has anyone else come
> across this issue/exception??

Jeremias Märki


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