Did you take a look at the Cocoon project at www.apache.org . perhaps that would solve the problem without any hard coding work.
On 2002.04.07 22:36 Ian Stacey wrote: > Hi, > > I'll apologise in advance for potentially being ignorant to the way > Apache > projects work. > > I'm interested in using FOP in a COM object for use on a web server to > allow > me to dynamically generate PDF documents. I want to take database content > and mark this up using XSL, generate my PDF and then return it to the > client. > > My questions are as follows... > > 1. Can this be done technically? I believe a colleague of mine will be > able > to take the FOP source and make a COM object out of it, I'll then be able > to > use the COM object within my ASP to do what I want to do. > > 2. Is what I want to do, in accordance with licensing? If I were to do > this, > would I breach any copyright? Break any laws? Upset hard working > individuals > who produces the code? > > Thanks for any help any users of the list can give. > > Ian > > Ian Stacey > New Media Developer > E: [EMAIL PROTECTED] > T: +44 (0) 161 292 1312 > M: +44 (0) 7970 288010 > W: http://homepage.ntlworld.com/istacey/ > > Portfolio Pieces: > Laser Visual Software: http://www.laservisual.com/ > Chester Soccer: http://www.chestersoccer.co.uk/ > Bailey Instruments Ltd: http://www.baileyinstruments.co.uk/ > Phil Stockford Garage Equipment Ltd: http://www.vehicle-lifts.co.uk/ > >