From: Alexander Peshkov (email@example.com)
Date: Mon Sep 20 2004 - 00:35:28 PDT
You can use XEP intermediate format for this purpose. For every
element with ID XEP generates an xep:target element in the output XML.
Its 'name' attribute contains ID value. Since intermediate format
includes page division information (every page represented by xep:page
element) you can build id-page_number map by the means of simple XSLT
Alexander Peshkov mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org
BS> Is it possible with XEP to extract information on page numbers to a file
BS> other than the PDF file? That is, for each input element with an id
BS> attribute, can XEP emit the page number that the element ends up on in the
BS> finished document? If not during processing, is it possible to extract such
BS> information from the PDF file?
BS> This feature could be useful for forming cross references between documents,
BS> or for building a master index for a set of documents.
BS> Bob Stayton
BS> Sagehill Enterprises
BS> DocBook Consulting
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