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Subject: RE: FOP table formatting problem
From: amit.pherwani@xxxxxxxxxx
Date: Thu, 2 Aug 2001 10:42:38 -0400
amit pherwani
Thanks Mark, appreciate the tip - it works!

I'm really surprised, though, that the fo tags for row spanning don't work
- even for the samples available on the w3c site. Has anyone else also run
into the same problem?


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I don't know whether it is a particularly good method, but I have resorted
to nesting tables inside each other to acheive this effect.

All the best

Mark Seaborne

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Subject:  FOP table formatting problem

Does anyone using FOP know what I'm doing wrong  - how I can ensure a
particular column spans 2 rows? Using Fop (0.18.1), I get an error message

" [2WARNING: Number of cell columns under table-row not equal to number of

and the entire row is eliminated in the PDF output. Tried using the Table
test cases on Renderx and the w3c FOP site (table_spans.fo) but still get
the same problem.

Would really appreciate any ideas on how to get around this?

     <fo:table-column column-width="5cm"/>
          <fo:table-column column-width="5cm"/>

     <fo:table-row >
               <fo:table-cell number-rows-spanned="2">
                    <fo:block>Column 1</fo:block>
               <fo:table-cell number-rows-spanned="1">
                    <fo:block>Column 2</fo:block>
     </fo:table-row >

     <fo:table-row >
               <fo:table-cell number-rows-spanned="1">
                    <fo:block>Row Data</fo:block>
     </fo:table-row >


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