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Topic: intelligent page breaks with fop
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 122479
From: supersucker
Date: 11/19/2004 10:27 PM

hi everybody,


i am generating pdf using fop, the problem now is, that if e.g. the content of a table cell is longer than a page fop doesnt manage to split this up in an intelligent way, so it just extends the table cell on the next page, which looks really bad.
in other words, i want to tell fop:
if the content of the table cell goes beyond the extent of the page, close the table cell at the end of the page and continue printing the content on the next page in a new tablecell.
i have searched for this in some tutorials, but found nothing, is there a way i can solve the problem?

thanks in advance

timo


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