Hi, nope, we're running on JDK 1.3.02. Yesterday I removed the CDATA sections like Oleg advised and now I knew again why we added the CDATA sections: without the CDATA sections our html filter template did not work properly. We could generate PDF but the underlined, bold and italic texts were just plain text.
When we use the CDATA tags at least we can generate the formatting we need, but we need to do this in two steps. For development purposes it is not so bad to do this but if possible we'd like Michiel $ -----Original Message----- $ From: J.Pietschmann [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] $ Sent: maandag 24 juni 2002 21:46 $ To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] $ Subject: Re: Weird behaviour of Apache fop $ $ $ Michiel Verhoef wrote: $ > Hi all, $ > $ > Currently we have a weird problem: when converting an XML $ file (or rather, $ > an XML-ified HML source) to a FO file and $ > converting this resulting FO file to a PDF all things are $ fine. However, $ > when we try to convert the XML with the exact $ > same XSL script into a PDF we get errors: $ > $ > [INFO]: FOP 0.20.3 $ > [INFO]: building formatting object tree $ > [INFO]: Parsing of document complete, stopping renderer $ > [INFO]: Parsing of document complete, stopping renderer $ > [ERROR]: / by zero $ > $ $ Are you running JDK1.4? $ $ J.Pietschmann $ $