The fo tags that I have added do not seem to be reconized. I can get an output without the formatting happening. What I am trying to do is create two parallel columns. Can anyone see anything that I have missed. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
1. You should also tell us the FO processor you are using, there are several, with multiple versions. 2. What does "I can get an output without the formatting happening." mean exactly? Is all the source text in the resulting document or is some not rendered?
1. I found a xmlparserv2.jar. 2. I can get the output listed. It seems the fo tags are being ignored. The output is displaying name, speciality, and a list of drugs all on different lines. What I was looking for was two columns displaying something like this:
Hopefully these code tags will display the two columns.
3. Not all the source code is there. This is a massively huge xsl document. I had added in xmlns:fo="http://www.w3.org/1999/XSL/Format" in the xsl:stylesheet version="1.0" line and the fo tags down in the code where I needed the formatting to happen.
I am a relative newbie to xsl so I hope that I have answered these questions correctly.
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It looks like the xmlparserv2 (2002) was upgraded to xerces parser (2004).
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1. I found a xmlparserv2.jar.
A little google searching indicates that xmlparserv2 is an Oracle thing. I am only familiar with the Apache FOP and the iText pdf formatters. If your formatter is not recognizing standard FO tags, thats an implementation idiosyncrasy (FOP has some too).
Unless somebody reading this forum also uses the Oracle formatter, your best bet is Oracle tech support.