Re: Help getting started with XSL PDF generation
What does > That's unlikely, because a properly configured server would send > application/pdf as content type for "real" PDF. :-) That mean exactly? I looked at a few PDF docs I have on my local system, they look very "binary"... Of course, this is the after-transformation source, I don't have any idea what it looked like before it was transformed. Sorry, I'm not implying that I have generated these PDF docs via xsl:fo, these are just PDF docs that I have from *where ever* on my system. I guess it is time to give it a try... but still not sure how to get started. Let me ask these questions: 1) can I get started without the fo engine? 2) will the xsl:fo namespace work without the engine (local) - so, the namespace is valid and the transformations take place accordingly 3) does someone have a simple "hello world" -- or, depending on your up bringing -- a "foo bar" sample? Karl.. On 10/21/05, J.Pietschmann <j3322ptm@xxxxxxxx> wrote: > Colin Paul Adams wrote: > >>>>>> "Jonas" == Jonas Lundberg <my.name.is.hans@xxxxxxxxx> writes: > > > > Jonas> But you are also right, if you set the content type to > > Jonas> text/pdf, then you could instruct the browser to launch a > > Jonas> rendering engine plugin > > > > If real pdf arrives at the browser, then xsl-fo rendering engine would > > be invoked and complain that is wasn't seeing xml. > > That's unlikely, because a properly configured server would send > application/pdf as content type for "real" PDF. :-) > > J.Pietschmann
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