Subject:Inserting carriage return (special characters not working) Author:ricuzzo m Date:01 Feb 2008 04:18 AM
I have this problem with Java xsl-fo (and FOP 0.94) pdf generation. I I am using Castor library to convert beans to xml data. I use these xml data created to transform them to pdf documents via apache fop 0.94.
The problem is:
I have fields (nodes) in those xml that contain descriptions (long strings), those descriptions contains characters like
The problem is that when i render those fields in the pdf, those special characteres are not interpreted as they are supposed to.
I need a way to find how to "specially important" produce a carriage return when the special character is found.
This doesnt work --> "߬".
Is there a character to produce that carriage return?
I tryied everything:
1)<xsl:text>&#..</xsl:text>, --not working
Next not workin either:
2)<!DOCTYPE stylesheet [
<!ENTITY tab "<xsl:text>	</xsl:text>">
<!ENTITY cr "<xsl:text>
<!ENTITY cr "</fo:block>">i defined a PC
Well, I need a way to tell the xslt processor to interpret a character as a carriage return, now i really dont know which character it should be.
(i am using Xalan, and encoding="ISO-8859-1")
(</fo:block> or any other fo tag for generating a new line is not what i am looking for)