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From Vincent Hennebert <vincent.henneb...@anyware-tech.com>
Subject Re: Table Breaking
Date Mon, 18 Feb 2008 11:14:31 GMT

I can’t reproduce your problem, either with FOP 0.94 or with Trunk. When 
I duplicate the row in the table-body many times, the table gets broken 
over 2 pages as expected. And the first part is on the first page with 
the previous blocks of text. And I really don’t see what could be wrong 
in this area.
Maybe you can provide a screenshot of what you get? 


Tyndyll wrote:
> Hi.
> I've enclosed a sample. I've only included the one row of sample data to
> keep the file simple. Essentially, if that row is repeated say 25 times,
> that is small enough for it all to fit on one page and the table ends up in
> the desired location. A greater number of rows results in the table starting
> on a new page and the original page being left with a header and address
> block only.
> If you would prefer more data lines please just ask
> Tyndyll http://www.nabble.com/file/p15518590/Sample.fo Sample.fo 
> Vincent Hennebert-3 wrote:
>> Hi Tyndyll,
>> We can’t really help you without an FO file to reproduce the problem. 
>> All I can say is that keep-with-previous works on tables.
>> So please attach a small FO file (not xslt) to illustrate what you’re 
>> trying to achieve.
>> Thanks
>> Vincent
>> Tyndyll wrote:
>>> Hi All,
>>> This is potentially a simple question but I can't find an answer. 
>>> I am trying to place a table after a few paragraphs of text. If the table
>>> combined with the text is greater than the length of a single page, the
>>> table breaks onto a new page. In an act of desperation I downloaded and
>>> tried RenderX's XEP. By adding 'keep-with-previous="always"' I can get
>>> the
>>> desired effect (i.e. start of the table at the end of the text, NOT on a
>>> new
>>> page).
>>> I understand that the compliance level is partial. I am reading it as ALL
>>> elements that are used with tables (body, row, cell etc) are not
>>> implemented. I am using version 0.94 but want noticed that this was
>>> available in 0.20. Is this correct?
>>> Can anyone suggest a workaround? 
>>> Thanks
>>> Tyndyll

Vincent Hennebert                            Anyware Technologies
http://people.apache.org/~vhennebert         http://www.anyware-tech.com
Apache FOP Committer                         FOP Development/Consulting

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