From: Nikolai Grigoriev (email@example.com)
Date: Mon Oct 20 2003 - 12:12:12 PDT
> One of the first attempts to produce a complex table spread over
> couple of pages gives strange results of main data rows mixed
> or not kept together (see the PDF file attached). If the same
> table is contained within one page no problems are encountered.
If I understand it correctly, you hit a limitation of XEP. Table headers
are implemented in a non-conformant way: if a table row cannot fit into
one page and is split by a page break, then the header is inserted _after
that row_, rather than at the top of a page. The limitation is described in
the respective document is also present in your copy of XEP.
> Any comments/suggestions?
One general advice: it is hard to comment or suggest looking on PDF only,
without the source XSL FO. We don't even know what is the structure
of your table...
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Monday, October 20, 2003 7:23 PM
Subject: [xep-support] Table Rows Shifted if sperad over few pages
We have recently purchased XEP 3.6.2 to produce a PDF version of Industrial Statistics Yearbook pages.
One of the first attempts to produce a complex table spread over couple of pages gives strange results of main data rows mixed or
not kept together (see the PDF file attached). If the same table is contained within one page no problems are encountered.
Similar processing with Apache FOP does not give this kind of a problem.
Thanks in advance.
United Nations Undustrial Developemnt Organization
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