RE: Long Table repeat header

2005-11-22 Thread Prakash R
@xmlgraphics.apache.org Subject: Long Table repeat header I have a document (FO-PDF) made up of multiple tables. Some of these tables are long and span multiple pages. I want to be able to repeat the header on the next page. But at the same time I want to add the word continued for any subsequent

RE: Long Table repeat header

2005-11-22 Thread Prakash R
@xmlgraphics.apache.org Subject: Long Table repeat header I have a document (FO-PDF) made up of multiple tables. Some of these tables are long and span multiple pages. I want to be able to repeat the header on the next page. But at the same time I want to add the word continued for any subsequent

RE: Long Table repeat header

2005-11-22 Thread Sascha Schmidt
:46 PM To: fop-users@xmlgraphics.apache.org Subject: RE: Long Table repeat header Isn't it true that fo:retrieve-marker can only be used within a fo:static-content? If so, how will this work? Are there any other options? Thank you. Prakash --- Sascha Schmidt [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi

Re: Long Table repeat header

2005-11-22 Thread Jeremias Maerki
static-content is usually layed out after the region-body. Only after a region-body is fully processed do you know which elements are on the page and therefore which markers apply. Since markers can contain content of variable height, different content would have an influence on the layout in the

Re: Long Table repeat header

2005-11-22 Thread Glen Mazza
There's a nice new critter in XSL 1.1, fo:retrieve-table-marker[1][2], that appears to be the legal way of doing what is wanted here. But that will need to wait for implementation in the new version. Glen [1] http://www.w3.org/TR/xsl11/#fo_retrieve-table-marker [2]

Long Table repeat header

2005-11-18 Thread Prakash R
I have a document (FO-PDF) made up of multiple tables. Some of these tables are long and span multiple pages. I want to be able to repeat the header on the next page. But at the same time I want to add the word continued for any subsequent pages. i.e. col1 col2 col3 TABLE HEADER