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Re: Printing XML + XSLT (2nd try)
- To: "'XSL-List at Mulberrytech dot com'" <XSL-List at mulberrytech dot com>
- Subject: Re: Printing XML + XSLT (2nd try)
- From: Jeff Hamilton <jhamilton at jslss dot com>
- Date: Wed, 16 Feb 2000 17:21:42 -0500
- Organization: JSL Software Solutions Inc.
- Reply-To: xsl-list at mulberrytech dot com
I am currently working on something similar to
this thread of discussion. I too, would like to hear more.
Also, a question that has arisen from my work in
I am using XSL transformations to create a result
tree that can be processed by my renderer to create "text"
reports for old style cut form printers. I use a XSL stylesheet
to format XML data and then render the output as a complete
document. My rendering engine processes the document from
top to bottom to create the report pages. Currently I am
using the MSXMLR.DLL.
What would be the best way to handle a "re-occurring" area
of data in a report that does not run off the end of the page. (Running
off the end of the page is fairly easily handled by <xsl:for-each>
instructions and checking to see if the end of page is near).
For example the report would be:
where X and Z are static data and Y is re-occurring (but maybe more times
than the page can hold.) For example, we only want 10 rows of Y on the
page and the 11th Y row to occur on page 2.
Can somebody suggest some XSLT to only render 10 rows at a time
(or something to that affect.)
Your reponse is appreciated.
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