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From Pascal Sancho <pascal.san...@takoma.fr>
Subject Re: AW: Keeping fo:table-header and fo:table-body together within a page
Date Wed, 07 Jul 2010 11:30:43 GMT
without a clean XSL-FO snippet, we only can provide you 'hypothetic'
a possible solution should be using the 2 Fop extensions
fox:orphan-content-limit and fox:widow-content-limit.
Read [1] for further details.



Le 07/07/2010 11:58, Georg Datterl a écrit :
> Hi Sushanth.
> First question: Are you definitely sure there are no body lines on the first page? You
don't have empty lines (for spacing or because of missing data) at the beginning of your table?
If so, please drop us a code example, because then I guess it would be a bug.
> If you have empty lines, put a keep-with-next.within-page="always" on them.
> Regards,
> Georg Datterl
> -----Ursprüngliche Nachricht-----
> Von: Sushanth [mailto:sushanth.rao@gmail.com]
> First of all, I'm extremely sorry for the long text that follows this :)
> I looked all around the internet for a solution to this problem and still
> haven't found a straightforward solution. I am generating a PDF using FOP
> 0.95, where I have a bunch of pages, each of which can have multiple tables.
> There are times I encounter this problem where the fo:table-header content
> of one of the tables ends up as the last element on a page with no
> table-body under it. The table-body starts on the next page, of course
> preceded by table-header on the next page also which is fine, but is there
> any way I can prevent a table-header from ending up as the last element on a
> page if there is not enough space for the table-body to be displayed on the
> same page?
> The options I have tried so far include using
> keep-together.within-page="always". This doesn't help because some tables
> can even span multiple pages, in which case a page-break is not introduced.
> I have read that FOP-Trunk provides integer support for keep-together, but I
> wasn't able to build the FOP-Trunk jar. Is there any place where I can
> directly download the latest FOP-Trunk jar?
> The other option I have tried is brute-force, trying to keep count of the
> number of rows printed on a page and introducing a manual page break, but
> this is an ugly patch and I want to avoid using it and it will not work in
> all scenarios.
> Is there a simple solution to this problem using FOP 0.95? I'm sure somebody
> would have anticipated this problem while developing FOP and must have some
> solution in place for this :) Please let me know. I can't live with this
> problem anymore.

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