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From "Brian Trezise" <brian.trez...@intellidata.net>
Subject Auto-generate table of contents
Date Fri, 14 Aug 2009 23:00:37 GMT
Can somebody point me to a good (and well explained) example of using
XSL/FOP to auto-create a table of contents? I've spent the last couple hours
looking for information on this but it's not making sense.

 

Here's a sample of my xml:
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>

<catalog>

  <intellispec>

    <pn>C0805C101J1GACTU</pn>

    <aliases>

      <alias>C0805C101J1GAC7800</alias>

    </aliases>

    <mfg>KEMET</mfg>

    <svg-path>C:/svn/code/IntelliSpec/images/</svg-path>

    <copyright-year>2006-2009</copyright-year>

      . . .

  </intellispec>

  <intellispec>

    <pn>T491B107K010AT</pn>

    <mfg>KEMET</mfg>

    <svg-path>C:/svn/code/IntelliSpec/images/</svg-path>

    <copyright-year>2006-2009</copyright-year>

      . . .

  </intellispec>

      . . .

 

I would like to generate a table of contents page using the text of the
catalog/intellispec/pn and mfg tags (the table of contents would render more
or less as follows:

C0805C101J1GACTU (KEMET) ..................... 1

T491B107K010AT (KEMET) ....................... 2

      . . .

(Each item would also have an internal hyperlink to the page number in the
pdf where the associated datasheet is located)

 

I have attached the xsl file I'm working on; the table of contents is
intended to go in the first <fo: page-sequence> tag body.

 

Thanks in advance for the assistance,

 

-----------------------------

Brian Trezise

IntelliData, Inc.

Staff Software Engineer

brian.trezise@intellidata.net

t: 720.524.4864

m: 303.809.9782

 


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