Chieh Tong wrote:
Hi, I'm currently printing a very large table with over 30,000 rows in it. I understand that memory allocation problems can be avoided by using
multiple page-sequences. However, the data I'm prinitng is in a table and I
can't seem to think of a way to break up the table into multiple page
sequences. The table gets its data from a <xsl:for-each> loop. Any
You can use usual xslt technics of grouping data into reasonable sized chunks and then generate page-sequence from each chunk of data.

Don't ask here how to group in xslt, it's offtopic here, ask on xsl-list instead, see
Oleg Tkachenko
Multiconn Technologies, Israel

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