Hi Baptiste,

What exactly are you trying to achieve.
If you want to find out the size of the table that is only known at
layout time. The layout is done at the end of the page sequence so if
you are hoping to alter some fo object (through SAX or whatever) after
the table is laid out then it will be too late.

The height of the table is available from the Area that the table
creates. There are probably a number of hacks you could do...

Are you sure you don't want to use a normal fo object such as
table-footer, footnote, region-after.

On Mon, 2002-07-08 at 09:58, Baptiste Burgaud wrote:
> Hi all,
> I'm not sure whether this is the right list or not (I already posted this mail to 
>the fop-user list, but no one did answer). Please excuse me if you find this mail 
> I need to get the accurate rendered height (in pt) of a fo:table object (to place 
>fo:blocs below using fo:block-container with absolute position). I think I can get 
>this size adding the getContentHeight() result of the appropriate areas in the 
>org.apache.fop.layout.AreaTree object (initially _areaTree in Driver class). 
>Unfortunately, I don't have much time to look around in FOP source, does someone know 
>how where and when (!...) I should get this object? Is it possible within the FOP API 
>(I certainly won't risk a rebuild...)?
> thxs in advance, Baptiste

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