Table at end of page.

2002-03-07 Thread Olivier Rossel
I have a table that is displayed at the end of a page. The table is a bit tall, so it is separated into two parts: one at the end of the current page, and the other at the beginning of the next page. Is there a way to prevent FOP from cutting a table into pieces? I tried to include the table

FopImageFactory caches too aggressively

2002-03-07 Thread Peter Murray
Greetings group, The FopImageFactory class appears to cache all references to images from within rendered fop documents. If you are running FOP in a server process, (a) this might cause a memory problem and (b) if images change between renderings (as they do in my case), I get the old copy of

AW: FopImageFactory caches too aggressively

2002-03-07 Thread S. Jayaraman
I think, this is a good method to be made available. If the system is used to print manuals involving a lot of diagrams, this call would be very useful (if different types of manuals are printed in sequence. But this will not solve the problem of one fo file having a number of complex (large)

Re: AW: FopImageFactory caches too aggressively

2002-03-07 Thread Peter Murray
How about a FopImageFactory.setCacheImages(boolean flag) method? So you could turn off caching entirely? That's really what my current application would like - methinks. -pete peter m. murray [EMAIL PROTECTED] On 3/7/02 9:57 AM, S. Jayaraman [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I think, this is a good

AW: Table at end of page.

2002-03-07 Thread Skladov, Victor
You can use the property break-before=page. Then your table will always appear on a new page. But if your table is longer than a page height, it will be continued on a new page automatically. Try to reduce the properties such as font-size, row-height, padding to place your table on one page.

AW: FOP on command line, basic example

2002-03-07 Thread Skladov, Victor
page-height=28mm? Have never seen before ... It seems like you'd like to use A4Landscape format (width=297mm). Then the page-height is 210mm.Try to use cm instead of mm. -Ursprungliche Nachricht- Von: Olivier Rossel [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Gesendet: Mittwoch, 6. Marz 2002 16:55 An:

FOP methods seem to be missing - Driver.render and Driver.format

2002-03-07 Thread TSchutzerWeissmann
I'm trying to use FOP on the end of a chain of XMLFilters (sounds like cocoon? it's for creating a directory of about 500 pdf files...). It looks like I have the right class - import org.apache.fop.apps.Driver; and I've got it to work using the run() method, but the format and render methods

Re: FAQ Answers please

2002-03-07 Thread Joerg Pietschmann
(Crossposted to both fop-dev and fop-user. fop-user subscribers, please post follow-ups to fop-dev) alex [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Can anyone capture any important questions and answers which I should put into the FAQ? Well questions are easy, answers somewhat less: Here is my impression 1. FOP

Re: AW: AW: Table at end of page.

2002-03-07 Thread Olivier Rossel
Sam Prokop wrote: you can use keep-with-next and previous within the table-row tag, this works fine, as long as the table fits into one page. In my example, it is much more tricky. My table is inside a cell in a table-row. SO if this row is too low in the page, and the inner table a bit big, then

Re: Relative position elements

2002-03-07 Thread Sebastien Foucault
Hello, The following code works using the 0.20.2 release. The issue in the initial code comes from the fact that the from-parent function does not work on a block parent. fo:flow flow-name=xsl-region-body fo:block-container height=135mm width=75mm fo:blockStart/fo:block

IE reloads the PDF document generated from servlet multiple times (2 times!)

2002-03-07 Thread Sharan, Dharmendra
Hi FOP Users, Has anyone come across the problem of Servlet getting called multiple times by IE (ver 5.5) I use the following to render PDF using an input source, however I see in log that that IE calls my servlet 2 times! I use the following code as in the example for embedding fop in

Acrobat: Touch up could not parse this page.

2002-03-07 Thread Stephen Brown
In the latest version of fop, 0.20.3, when I try to use Adobe Acrobat Reader to touch up the pdf files, I get an error Touch up could not parse this page Is there anything I could be doing wrong to cause this? Thanks, Steve

RE: IE reloads the PDF document generated from servlet multiple t imes (2 times!)

2002-03-07 Thread Savino, Matt C
This is a known issue. There seem to be several approaches, which may depend on your particular situation. There's a full discusssion of this on the fop-dev list under the subject 'FO - PDF works with Netscape, not with IE' which has the code for my solution (you can find it in the archives if not

BUG? Row data breaks over a page within a column

2002-03-07 Thread Matthew Mastracci
I think I mave have encountered a bug. The attached XSL:FO file renders in what I think is an incorrect manner with FOP 0.20.3. The column itself ends up being split across two pages. The row, however, contains a column with number-rows-spanned. I thought that a column with

More info...

2002-03-07 Thread Matthew Mastracci
The weird thing is that it only happens when a table cell's text is split into three or more lines. The first two end up on the first page and the last n - 2 on the second. I've attached a second fo file that exhibits what I believe is the correct behaviour (zipped this time). The only

RE: IE reloads the PDF document generated from servlet multiplet imes (2 times!)

2002-03-07 Thread Sharan, Dharmendra
Hi Savino, Thanks so much, it works for me. It definitely saves the extra time spent in reload of servlet. However I used the cache-control directive for IE :- -- response.setHeader(Cache-Control, max-age=10); // workaround so IE does not

RE: IE reloads the PDF document generated from servlet multiplet imes (2 times!)

2002-03-07 Thread Savino, Matt C
I looked at setting the max-age. But our reports can take two seconds or 2 minutes, so I really couldn't figure out a good setting. Matt Savino -Original Message- From: Sharan, Dharmendra [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Thursday, March 07, 2002 1:38 PM To: '[EMAIL PROTECTED]'