New page in a sequence

2006-10-30 Thread carles.loriente
Hi people, This is my first message here, so i hope do right. We are working in a project using fop for almost 6 months and now is near to be finished. Maybe it's a silly question, but i'm wondering if there is a way to know when the fop create a new page (in the same sequence). Because some

Re: New page in a sequence

2006-10-30 Thread Vincent Hennebert
Hi Carles, We are working in a project using fop for almost 6 months and now is near to be finished. Maybe it's a silly question, but i'm wondering if there is a way to know when the fop create a new page (in the same sequence). Because some content with the attribute space-before makes a

Re: New page in a sequence

2006-10-30 Thread carles.loriente
Hi Vincent, Thanks for your quick response. We are using the trunk version (from 2 weeks). You're right, i was using the space-before.conditionality='retain', removed and now all ok. Cheers!. Vincent Hennebert-3 wrote: Hi Carles, We are working in a project using fop for almost 6

RE: TXTRenderer throws ArrayOutOfBoundsException

2006-10-30 Thread Michael Tran
Hi there, I spent some time debugging the fo document and I've narrowed down the problem code segment to: fo:flow font-size=10pt flow-name=xsl-region-body fo:block-container border-width=0.1mm position=absolute top=0mm left=0mm border-left-style=solid border-right-style=solid width=100%

FOP 0.92 : OutOfMemoryError

2006-10-30 Thread Debasish Jana
Hi: I know it's a old issue and there are many postings in this regard. Still, some more light is required, that led to this question. We are using FOP 0.92 for converting a XSL:FO document to PDF/RTF etc. Since there is a table with many rows with data coming from a huge db table, it is causing

Re: FOP 0.92 : OutOfMemoryError

2006-10-30 Thread Andreas L Delmelle
On Oct 31, 2006, at 08:01, Debasish Jana wrote: Hi, We are using FOP 0.92 for converting a XSL:FO document to PDF/RTF etc. Since there is a table with many rows with data coming from a huge db table, it is causing OutOfMemoryError. We split up the document with single fo:root but