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Re: FOP for financial reporting

From: Stephen Deach <sdeach@Adobe.COM>
Date: Sun, 19 Nov 2000 09:40:41 -0800
Message-Id: <3.0.5.32.20001119094041.00854d30@mail-321>
To: "Papka, Ron" <rpapka@blackrock.com>, "'sdeach@adobe.com'" <sdeach@Adobe.COM>
Ron,
I see nothing in the sample table you mailed that could not be supported in
XSL. However, if you are using FOP, you should check further with the
authors/apache to see if any specific features you require are not
currently supported by FOP.

Unfortunatly, I do not have time to provide tutorials on how to use XSLT &
XSL-FOs. There are a number of books available, but your best option may be
to post your question on the xsl-list@mulberrytech.com. This is a public
forum discussing the usage of XSL & XSLT. The participants are quite
helpful in providing real-world answers to questions such as yours.

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---Stephen Deach

At 17:43 2000-11-15 -0500, Papka, Ron wrote:
>
>> I noticed you were one of the contributors to the XSL Working Draft.
>> From the documentation and from FO examples I downloaded from
>> the apache site, I am still uncertain as to whether FO tables are
>> currently suitable for generating relatively complex financial reports.
>>  
>> I've enclosed a sample, and my question is:
>> 
>> In your opinion, can fop be used to generate a PDF report such as the one 
>> appearing in the attachment ?
>> 
>> Your advise will be most appreciated.
>> Dr. Ron Papka
>>  <<report.pdf>> 
>
>Attachment Converted: "C:\EUDORA\Attach\report.pdf"
>


---Steve Deach
   sdeach@adobe.com

Received on Sunday, 19 November 2000 12:37:02 GMT

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