Well, I don't see any restriction concerning static-content in the spec. You simply have to make sure that an FO with an id only appears once in a document. And that is the case if you place it in a static-content that is used exactly once in a page-master activated by page-position="last". Hey, maybe I got it all wrong. Wouldn't be the first time. :-) Anyway, I tested what I described with a certain commercial FO implementation and it worked.
On 06.02.2006 21:41:52 Andreas L Delmelle wrote: > On Feb 6, 2006, at 21:37, J.Pietschmann wrote: > > > Jeremias Maerki wrote: > >> I think it can be even simpler and would work with XSL 1.0: Place > >> an id > >> attribute in a side-region of the simple-page-master for the last > >> page > >> and you can reference that id using page-number-citation. > > > > Is it really legal to refer to ids in static content? What's > > the expected page number in case the static content is used > > on more than one page? > > Wow! I'm first in line to hear/read the answer to this one... :-) Jeremias Maerki