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Re: identifying page end

From: G. Ken Holman <gkholman@CraneSoftwrights.com>
Date: Wed, 08 Oct 2003 12:42:02 -0400
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At 2003-10-08 20:48 +0530, Aananth.S wrote:
>     In the first page, I am going to start displaying a table.lets say 
> the first page can accomodate 20 rows of this table and there are 30 rows 
> to be displayed.Now as the remaining 10 rows spill over to the next page, 
> I have to display the table header at the start of the next page(and in 
> any subsequent page until rows are pushed over to those pages).

Define your header inside your table using the <table-header> construct:


>My question is ...  How do i find out that the table has crossed the first 
>page and spilled over to the next page?

It is not your responsibility to do this detection.

>Keeping the table header as a fo:static content is not an option as ther 
>are other things to be displayed in the region-before.

Yes, this makes sense.

The designers have given us the <table-header> construct in order that the 
rows of that construct be repeated at the top of any portion of the table 
that appears on any page.

I hope this helps.

............. Ken

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