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Re: creating elements and hierarchy

Subject: Re: creating elements and hierarchy
From: Florent Georges <lists@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 8 Nov 2007 17:39:11 +0100 (CET)
Re:  creating elements and hierarchy
Andrew Welch wrote:

> 3.  Produce a small complete example of your problem and
> post the XML and XSLT to the list - the samples should be
> as small as possible with all unrelated code stripped out,
> and be runnable by cutting and pasting.

> Ideally you would've done #3 first, but it takes mailing
> list experience to do that well.

  I would definitely begin there.  Without a concise and
precise description of the problem and the expected result,
there is very low probability someone will be able to
understand the problem and solve it.

  If the OP does understand the problem, this is easy to
write it down in the email.  But identifying the problem is
not always as easy, especially when one doesn't know the
answer.  In this case, the better way to get an answer, the
*quickest* way to get an answer, is to cut down the sample we
have, again and again, as long as the problem is showing up,
untill we get a concise sample that reproduces the problem
and shows it clearly and unambiguously.

  I wonder if mixing XSL-FO elements and custom elements in
the output is really what the OP is looking for.



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