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Subject: RE: [xsl] Node Order and Value determination
From: Jarno.Elovirta@xxxxxxxxx
Date: Wed, 4 Feb 2004 08:41:52 +0200

Hi,

> thanks for the timely reply. The problem is your suggestion doesn't 
> solve my problem.
> 
> I want my xml structure when being transformed to determine for each 
> <OBJECT> element the creation of a corresponding <fo:table-column>
> 
> transform code snippet
> 
> <xsl:template match="TABLE">
>         <fo:table table-layout="fixed" width="7.5in" 
> space-before.optimum="5pt">
>            
>            
>             <!--xsl:call-template name="for-loop"/-->
>             <!--xsl:call-template name="build-columns"/-->
>              <xsl:for-each select="TABLE/DPROW/OBJECT">

This should be

  <xsl:for-each select="DPROW/OBJECT">

>                         <fo:table-column column-width="{6.26 div 
> last()}in"/>
>              </xsl:for-each>
> 
>            
>             <fo:table-body>
>                 <xsl:apply-templates select="*"/>
>             </fo:table-body>
>         </fo:table>
>     </xsl:template>
> creates in my output hundreds of fo:table-column tags.
> 
> xml input file snippet
> 
> <TABLE BORDER="0" CELLSPACING="0" CELLPADDING="0" WIDTH="842" 
> OCCURENCE="2">
>                     <DPROW>
>                         <OBJECT ALIGN="left" WIDTH="3"/>
>                         <OBJECT>
>                             <TABLE WIDTH="100%" BORDER="0" 
> CELLSPACING="0" CELLPADDING="0" OCCURENCE="2">
>                                 <DPROW>
>                                     <OBJECT WIDTH="4" HEIGHT="6"/>
>                                     <OBJECT WIDTH="22" HEIGHT="6"/>
>                                     <OBJECT WIDTH="67" HEIGHT="6"/>
>                                     <OBJECT WIDTH="2" HEIGHT="6"/>
>                                     <OBJECT WIDTH="211" HEIGHT="6"/>
>                                     <OBJECT WIDTH="2" HEIGHT="6"/>
>                                     <OBJECT WIDTH="273" HEIGHT="6"/>
>                                     <OBJECT WIDTH="48" HEIGHT="6"/>
>                                     <OBJECT WIDTH="92" HEIGHT="6"/>
>                                     <OBJECT WIDTH="2" HEIGHT="6"/>
>                                     <OBJECT WIDTH="2" HEIGHT="6"/>
>                                     <OBJECT WIDTH="82" HEIGHT="6"/>
>                                     <OBJECT WIDTH="6" HEIGHT="6"/>
>                                     <OBJECT WIDTH="22" HEIGHT="6"/>
>                                     <OBJECT WIDTH="5" HEIGHT="6"/>
>                                 </DPROW>
> For the first TABLE/DPROW/OBJECT containing two object 
> elements I would 
> need to create two corresponding fo:table-column tags and for the 
> second  TABLE/DPROW/OBJECT containing fifteen object elements I would 
> need to create fifteen corresponding fo:table-column tags.

What does it create then if not that (after the fix mentioned above)?
 
> What am I doing wrong in the XPath declaration?

It's called "XPath expression". If your stylesheet still doesn't work, please send a complete, simplified example source document with the stylesheet you have so far, *and* example of the desired output.

Cheers,

Jarno - Melotron: Kein Problem (Problemzonen-Mix)

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