From: Alexander Peshkov (email@example.com)
Date: Wed Jun 04 2003 - 05:33:22 PDT
This problem arises because of two issues. First of all there was a
mistype in the Nikolai's message that you are referring to.
An external link should looks like this:
<fo:basic-link external-destination="url('file:EC-GEN-0.1-en-GB.pdf#GEN-0.1-Fig-01')">GEN 0.1 Figure 1</fo:basic-link>
without any slashes after 'file:'.
The second problem is related with targets. Named destinations are
created only for those ID attributes that are referenced by an
internal-destination attribute on some <fo:basic-link> or
<rx:bookmark> element inside the document. As a result, if you have
some ID that referenced by external-link only it would not create any
named destinations in resulting PDF. Setting H4PDF.DROP_UNUSED_DESTINATIONS
property to 'false' will force XEP to create named destination in the
resulting PDF for every ID attribute it encounters (please refer to
"XEP 3.4 User Guide", section "Options for PDF Generator").
We will consider extending XEP documentation regarding this topic,
thanks for suggestion.
Alexander Peshkov mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org
MB> I can't get "pdf to pdf" links to work. Here's what I state in FO, following a previous message from Nikolai  and adding appropriate quotes:
MB> <fo:basic-link external-destination="url('file://EC-GEN-0.1-en-GB.pdf#GEN-0.1-Fig-01')">GEN 0.1 Figure 1</fo:basic-link>
MB> This doesn't work: Acrobat Reader reports that "There was an error opening this document. The path does not exist". When I open the pdf file from within a browser, I don't even get this message
MB> and nothing happens).
MB> I also have this error when this link is within the EC-GEN-0.1-en-GB.pdf file itself (in this case, I can modify the FO source and create an internal-destination link, which is working fine, but
MB> is not what I'm looking for).
MB> Perhaps an example of such relative link in the tutorial  would be beneficial.
MB> Thanks in advance for any help,
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