Need urgent help....

2005-10-04 Thread Prasanna Jayaprakash
Dear Sir,

I am using FOP for creating PDF files using XML and XSL. My problem is In my site I'll showing the PDF files in a frameset page. My PDF file have some links to the external sites. As my requirement If I click the link it should open in a new window. But its opening in a same window. 
Could you please help me to solve this issue ? How I need to change the XSL file ?
Thanks in advance.

Sample Code---

fo:table-row fo:table-cell fo:block space-after=2mm font-weight=boldUpdated By/fo:block/fo:table-cell fo:table-cellfo:blockfo:basic-link external-destination=url('
http://www.google.com') show-destination=replacePrasanna Test Link 4/fo:basic-link/fo:block /fo:table-cell  /fo:table-row


Regards,
Prasanna.


Re: Need urgent help....

2005-10-04 Thread Jeroen van der Vegt

Hi,

That doesn't seem like something you can do with FOP to me. You could 
try it with HTML though, by specifying a BASE element with a target in 
the page containing the PDF. See also 
http://www.w3.org/TR/html4/struct/links.html#idx-base_URI .


Jeroen.

Prasanna Jayaprakash wrote:


Dear Sir,

I am using FOP for creating PDF files using XML and XSL. My problem is 
In my site I'll showing the PDF files in a frameset page. My PDF file
have some links to the external sites. As my requirement If I click 
the link it should open in a new window. But its opening in a same 
window.
Could you please help me to solve this issue ? How I need to change 
the XSL file ?


Thanks in advance.

 


Sample Code
---

 
 fo:table-row
 fo:table-cell fo:block space-after=2mm 
font-weight=boldUpdated By/fo:block/fo:table-cell
 fo:table-cellfo:blockfo:basic-link 
external-destination=url(' http://www.google.com') 
http://www.google.com%27%29%22 show-destination=replacePrasanna 
Test Link 4/fo:basic-link/fo:block  /fo:table-cell
   /fo:table-row
 
 
Regards,

Prasanna.




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Re: pdf file on left of home page

2005-10-04 Thread John Burgess
Have a look at the fox extensions.  In the documentation installed with 
fop 0.20.5 Extensions is at the bottom of the Features section on the left.

or see http://xmlgraphics.apache.org/fop/extensions.html



madhavi gadireddy wrote:

Hi,
 
I want to generate a pdf file with book marks as on the pdf file on the home page of FOP. Even different views of the file are also ok. Right now the document I generate is a plain pdf file. How can I add book marks to it or create different views of the document? Any help will be appreciated.
 
Thank you,

Madhu.


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Re: Need urgent help....

2005-10-04 Thread Louis . Masters

The property show-destination
is not fully implemented and will only open a link in the same window.
See http://xmlgraphics.apache.org/fop/compliance.html#fo-property-show-destination
for more details.

You should see the following message
in your out log:

2005-08-09 12:26:00,355 INFO [STDOUT]
[WARN]: property - show-destination is not implemented yet.

-Lou

Prasanna Jayaprakash [EMAIL PROTECTED]
wrote on 10/03/2005 17:45:51:

 Dear Sir,
 I am using FOP for creating PDF files using XML
and XSL. My problem 
 is In my site I'll showing the PDF files in a frameset page. My PDF
file 
 have some links to the external sites. As my requirement If I click

 the link it should open in a new window. But its opening in a same
window. 
 Could you please help me to solve this issue ? How I need to change

 the XSL file ?
 Thanks in advance.
 
 Sample Code
 ---
 
 fo:table-row
   fo:table-cell fo:block space-after=2mm
font-
 weight=boldUpdated By/fo:block/fo:table-cell
   fo:table-cellfo:blockfo:basic-link
external-destination=url(' 
 http://www.google.com') show-destination=replacePrasanna
Test 
 Link 4/fo:basic-link/fo:block /fo:table-cell

  /fo:table-row 
 
 
 Regards,
 Prasanna.

PDF/X and CMYK respectively

2005-10-04 Thread Dominic . Mainz
Hello, FOP world!

Currently I am deciding wether to use Cocoon or the PDFLib to produce PDF
documents over a web application. A very important question for me is the
following: Can I produce PDF/X compatible files or is there another way to get
CMYK colour schemes in PDF documents with Cocoon in association with FOP?

In the hope that someone here is able to help me,

Greetings and Good Byte




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Re: PDF/X and CMYK respectively

2005-10-04 Thread Jeremias Maerki
This is not implemented. By the number of times this has come up by now,
one would think there are people around who would actually start
implementing these missing features. Sounds like the pain is not big
enough, yet. :-)

On 04.10.2005 13:31:44 Dominic.Mainz wrote:
 Hello, FOP world!
 
 Currently I am deciding wether to use Cocoon or the PDFLib to produce PDF
 documents over a web application. A very important question for me is the
 following: Can I produce PDF/X compatible files or is there another way to get
 CMYK colour schemes in PDF documents with Cocoon in association with FOP?
 
 In the hope that someone here is able to help me,
 
 Greetings and Good Byte


Jeremias Maerki


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Re: PDF/X and CMYK respectively

2005-10-04 Thread Dominic . Mainz
Thats bad luck! But thank you for your fast reply.

Zitat von Jeremias Maerki [EMAIL PROTECTED]:

 This is not implemented. By the number of times this has come up by now,
 one would think there are people around who would actually start
 implementing these missing features. Sounds like the pain is not big
 enough, yet. :-)

 On 04.10.2005 13:31:44 Dominic.Mainz wrote:
  Hello, FOP world!
 
  Currently I am deciding wether to use Cocoon or the PDFLib to produce PDF
  documents over a web application. A very important question for me is the
  following: Can I produce PDF/X compatible files or is there another way to
 get
  CMYK colour schemes in PDF documents with Cocoon in association with FOP?
 
  In the hope that someone here is able to help me,
 
  Greetings and Good Byte


 Jeremias Maerki


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Re: PDF/X and CMYK respectively

2005-10-04 Thread J.Pietschmann

Jeremias Maerki wrote:

This is not implemented. By the number of times this has come up by now,
one would think there are people around who would actually start
implementing these missing features.


Well, at least one potential volunteer had been told the spec
doesn't contain a CMYK color model, therefore it's unlikely
we'll integrate support even if we get a code contribution.
This was in the Great FOP Depression. In any case, we have to
come up with a way that marks CMYK clearly as an extension to
the spec, potentially non-portable.

J.Pietschmann

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watermark

2005-10-04 Thread Daniel Brown

How can I create a watermark? I've read
the documentation/FAQ about watermarks. I need an Image which will fit
being the center of the text on the page in the body and continue to remain
centered on all the following pages in that sequence.

Thank you,
Daniel

hide header/footer

2005-10-04 Thread Prakash R
Is there a way to hide the header/footer for a
particular page within a page-sequence? I just want to
hide the header/footer for a particular page not the
last or any alternate page. I know there are ways to
do that. But is there a way to hide header/footer for
a random page in between?

Thank you.
Prakash



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Re: hide header/footer

2005-10-04 Thread Glen Mazza

Prakash R wrote:


Is there a way to hide the header/footer for a
particular page within a page-sequence? I just want to
hide the header/footer for a particular page not the
last or any alternate page. I know there are ways to
do that. But is there a way to hide header/footer for
a random page in between?

Thank you.
Prakash



I'm unsure what you mean by hide--have the fo:region-body occupy the 
space allocated for the fo:region-before and fo:region-after areas, or 
have the fo:region-before and fo:region-after just be blank space, or?


But at any rate, I think what you would like is another fo:page-sequence 
for the page that you want to have no header and footer.  Place it 
between two other fo:page-sequences with the normal fo:static-content 
information.


Glen

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Re: watermark

2005-10-04 Thread Glen Mazza

Daniel Brown wrote:



How can I create a watermark? I've read the documentation/FAQ about 
watermarks. I need an Image which will fit being the center of the text 
on the page in the body and continue to remain centered on all the 
following pages in that sequence.




I'm not sure of FOP's capabilities in this regard, and the European 
committers who do know are probably counting sheep right now, but 
watermark is highly searchable:


http://marc.theaimsgroup.com/?l=fop-userw=2r=1s=watermarkq=b

Glen

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