> > One thing that you have to keep in
> > mind is that xsl-fo is intended to provide
> > a "presentation layer" for data and not to be a
> > report engine (although you can write one using
> xsl-> fo for formatting your data)
> > Yes, but for totals/subtotals you have to do it
> > manually. (as far as I know)
You should be able to do this & the rest in XSLT, as well as convert your
xml to xsl-fo in the same or a second step. Might take some getting used to,
but is quite powerful.


Reply via email to