From: Alexander Peshkov (email@example.com)
Date: Mon Dec 08 2003 - 02:36:17 PST
Your task could be accomplished using table header functionality.
Unfortunately current support of the table headers in XEP is
insufficient for your case. We are going to fix table headers
implementation in the next major release.
Alexander Peshkov mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org
TD> I am trying to use XEP to generate a report that is broken into a series of
TD> report sections. Each section needs to have a section header that is
TD> re-printed at the start of a new page if the section spans across page
TD> I'm assuming that I can do this using a table that has a single wide column,
TD> placing my section header content within the <fo:table-header> element. I'm
TD> trying to figure out if it is possible to also have specialized section
TD> header content when a header is reprinted on a new page. For example, I'd
TD> like to have a section header that says something like "Section 1" when it
TD> is first printed, and "Section 1, continued" on the subsequent page.
TD> Any recommendations on how I can accomplish this effect?
TD> - Tim
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