[xep-support] Keeping table's footer with at least one body row?

From: Powell, Todd <Todd.Powell@hq.doe.gov>
Date: Tue Nov 15 2005 - 10:59:48 PST

I'm using XEP 4.4 and am just wrapping up my XSLT for tables, and
noticed that there doesn't seem to be any automatic handling of when a
table's body rows just barely fit on a page, and the table's
fo:table-footer gets pushed to the next page. I would like to be able
to do some kind of keep-together, keep-with-next/previous, widow/orphan,
etc. setting that could force a couple of the fo:table-body rows to move
to the next page, too.

It looks especially weird when the table has a header, and all I get on
the second page is the header row(s) and the footer (where I'm placing
my table footnotes).

Any suggestions are greatly appreciated.

- Todd
Todd S. Powell
Project Performance Corporation
Principal Analyst
U.S. Department of Energy
Phone: (301) 903-9043 Fax: (301) 903-5186

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