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From Balaji Loganathan <balajilog...@yahoo.com>
Subject Re: bug ?
Date Thu, 04 Dec 2003 21:07:58 GMT
Yes!.. I very well know the below xsl:fo is wrong. But
was just wondering why its throwing "Classcast
exception" and thats the reason i posted it.

 --- Chris Bowditch <bowditch_chris@hotmail> wrote: >
Balaji Loganathan wrote:
> 
> > Just accidently, if i have a fo:block before
> > fo:table-cell, then I'm getting the error 
> 
> Your XSL-FO is not valid. fo:block is not allowed in
> the middle of a table.
> 
> FOP should exit more gracefully with a message
> saying that the block is 
> in the wrong place. This is the sort of thing that
> will be addressed in 
> the redesign effort.
> 
> > <fo:table-cell border-right-style="solid"
> > border-right-width="0.015mm">
> > <fo:block>Row1 column1</fo:block>
> > </fo:table-cell>
> > <fo:block>Row1 column2</fo:block>
> > <fo:table-cell>
> > </fo:table-cell>
> 
> Chris
> 
> 
> 
>
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