Subject: Re: FOP Errors when using attribute sets



Not FOP is nagging. Your XSLT processor is. attribute-sets are an XSLT
feature. It may only appear as if FOP is complaining, but FOP may only
be relaying the error messages from the XSLT processor. Something in
your stylesheet is still wrong.

On 20.02.2009 08:15:12 JeroenM wrote:
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>
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> Amick, Eric wrote:
> >
> > Attribute sets are top-level elements in XSLT; you need to move the
> > definitions before the template rule.
> >
> >
> > Eric Amick
> > Legislative Computer Systems
> > Office of the Clerk
> >
> Thanks Eric,
>
> You're right. I put the definitions on top (before the template match).
> However FOP still keeps nagging about the missing attribute-set
> --
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>


Jeremias Maerki


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