From: dougb (email@example.com)
Date: Fri May 23 2003 - 11:44:38 PDT
I'm using XEP v3.4 on the command-line.
Due to the input structure of my XML file, I need to write an fo:block
start-tag in one template, and write the end-tag in another. I've done this
via <xsl:text disable-output-escaping="yes"><fo:block></xsl:text> etc.
etc. I ended up with the layout I wanted in the output PDF, but the fo:block
start and end tags were passed through as escaped text as well.
I then wrote the FO file separately with Saxon 6.4.1, validated it
successfully with XEP, and wrote the output PDF. This resulted in the layout
I wanted, without the escaped <fo:block> tags.
Could anyone shed some light on this behaviour? I thought I saw saxon.jar in
the /lib directory...is that not taking care of the XSLT transformation?
Thanks for any info,
Structured Information Developer
Product Development and Research Group
Open Learning Agency
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