XML-FO In .NET

Discussion in 'XML' started by Zeev Glozman, Jul 14, 2003.

  1. Zeev Glozman

    Zeev Glozman Guest

    Hello everybody

    I am trying to do something whcih might seem trivial but unfortunatly i can
    not find i soultion. I am trying to produce a pdf document form XML file
    while whist XSL-FO schema build in XMLSpy. The problem is findign a
    component that would do this trasformation correctly.

    I tried NFOP, which is a nice port but requires your client do download
    addition 6M for J#, but still it crops some of the images, with an unclear
    patteren, while appache FOP does it perfect.

    I simply dont belive that there is no native component for C# wich would
    work.
    Is there ?

    Zeev
     
    Zeev Glozman, Jul 14, 2003
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  2. Zeev Glozman

    Ben Gray Guest

    To solve a similar requirement we set up an Apache/Tomcat server with Cocoon
    ,which includes FOP.
    Post the xsl-fo doc via xmlhttp (webrequest in dotnet?) and deserialise the
    response body.
    If it is a high throughput environment you would need to look at the
    hardware specs for the Tomcat box.


    "Zeev Glozman" <> wrote in message
    news:beu5ge$sme$...
    > Hello everybody
    >
    > I am trying to do something whcih might seem trivial but unfortunatly i

    can
    > not find i soultion. I am trying to produce a pdf document form XML file
    > while whist XSL-FO schema build in XMLSpy. The problem is findign a
    > component that would do this trasformation correctly.
    >
    > I tried NFOP, which is a nice port but requires your client do download
    > addition 6M for J#, but still it crops some of the images, with an unclear
    > patteren, while appache FOP does it perfect.
    >
    > I simply dont belive that there is no native component for C# wich would
    > work.
    > Is there ?
    >
    > Zeev
    >
    >
     
    Ben Gray, Aug 14, 2003
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