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------- Additional Comments From [EMAIL PROTECTED]  2005-11-18 19:30 -------
in /src/java/org/apache/fop/fo/expr/FromTableColumnFunction.java
all the "public Property eval" does is to decide between two 
PropertyExeceptions.

case 1) the construct:
<fo:table ...
<fo:cell>
<fo:block text-align="from-table-colum(text-align)">
... </fo:table>

results in:
"from-table-column unimplemented!"


case 2) but the following more common construct 
(valid according to
http://www.w3.org/TR/xsl/slice5.html#section-N7097-Function-Calls)

<fo:table ...
<fo:cell>
<fo:block text-align="from-table-colum()">
... </fo:table>

results in:
"Incorrect parameter to from-table-column function"

that may be correct for the internal work of fop, but looks (at least for me)
like there was something wrong with the statment in my fo-file.

because the "fo:from-table-column()" is not implemented at all
(as far as i can see the FromTableColumnFunction.java does not more than
decide between this two messages) i think it would be clearer for the end-user
to see only the first message in all cases (for now). The second message leads
to the thinking that there is an error in the fo-file ("fo:from-table-column()")
and what was missleading for me.

you see: complaining about obscurity i am not precise myself ;-)

gerhard





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