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Apache fo - fo:external-graphic

Apache fo - fo:external-graphic

Apache fo - fo:external-graphic

I´m a developer. I transform xml with xsl to a pdf.
My xsl contains the following code:
<fo:external-graphic height="20mm" src="url('C:\WORK\pmf\Program_LatestBuild\Xsl\X.eps')"/>

I want to show a eps-file allocated on my disk but nothing shows. When I do the same, points out a .jpg, gif or .png,
everything works fine.

What´s wrong?

Best regards/
Helena Lidén

RE: Apache fo - fo:external-graphic

Dear Helena,

I know you used to receive some help here from tsuji, but he has apparently left Tek-Tips. Without tsuji, I don't think you will get a great answer here.

Have you tried the Apache FOP User Mailing List? See https://xmlgraphics.apache.org/fop/maillist.html. The expertise there is specific to FOP.

Tom Morrison
Hill Country Software

RE: Apache fo - fo:external-graphic

Thank you for the information.
Best regards/

RE: Apache fo - fo:external-graphic

Maybe this applies to your case. Did you try converting the eps file to another format?


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