drawing a continuous border-bottom line (dotted) for table rows

2005-09-22 Thread Thomas Winkler
Hello,

I am using the alpha version of Fop 1.0.

I want to create a table with some columns and rows.
Each row must be dotted.
This works fine if all columns are filled with values.

But if some values are missed, then the column is
totally blank.

How can this be avoided ? 

Here my xsl-fo snippet :

...
fo:table-row
 fo:table-cell border-bottom=dotted
fo:block
xsl:value-of select=@order-date/
/fo:block



Thanks in advance !


Thomas








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Re: drawing a continuous border-bottom line (dotted) for table rows

2005-09-22 Thread Andreas L Delmelle

On Sep 22, 2005, at 23:06, Thomas Winkler wrote:

Hi,


I am using the alpha version of Fop 1.0.


Cool! Hope you like it so far...


I want to create a table with some columns and rows.
Each row must be dotted.
This works fine if all columns are filled with values.

But if some values are missed, then the column is
totally blank.


What do you mean exactly? That there is an empty fo:block in the cell?

Try running fop with the '-foout' command-line switch, and check the 
generated FO source document.


In case of there's an empty block element in the cell, this is most 
likely caused by a missing order-date attribute in your XML source (?)


Try adding a non-breaking space like so:

xsl:if test=not(@order-date)#xA0;/xsl:if
xsl:value-of select=@order-date /


HTH!

Cheers,

Andreas


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Re: drawing a continuous border-bottom line (dotted) for table rows

2005-09-22 Thread Jeremias Maerki
Please provide a full test file. I can't reproduce your problem.

On 22.09.2005 23:06:46 Thomas Winkler wrote:
 Hello,
 
 I am using the alpha version of Fop 1.0.
 
 I want to create a table with some columns and rows.
 Each row must be dotted.
 This works fine if all columns are filled with values.
 
 But if some values are missed, then the column is
 totally blank.
 
 How can this be avoided ? 
 
 Here my xsl-fo snippet :
 
 ...
 fo:table-row
  fo:table-cell border-bottom=dotted
 fo:block
   xsl:value-of select=@order-date/
 /fo:block
 
 
 
 Thanks in advance !
 
 
 Thomas


Jeremias Maerki


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multiple tables in same row on page

2005-09-22 Thread Prakash R
I have a fo which looks like this:

fo:block
   fo:table
  ...
   /fo:table
   fo:table
  ...
   /fo:table
   fo:table
  ...
   /fo:table
   fo:table
  ...
   /fo:table
/fo:block

The number of tables in the fo:block is variable. Is
there a way to lay the tables in a single row one
after the other and if it does not fit in the same row
to go on the next row.

table1 table2 table3
table4 table5

In the above example table1, table2 and table3 fit
across the width of the page. table4 and table5 are on
the next row.

Each of the individual pages would resize to content
and so in some cases 2 tables might be on one row
while in some other case it might be as much as 4 in a
row.

Thanks in advance.

Prakash



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