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Domino, XSL:FO and XSLT

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Extracting data from Domino into PDF using XSLT and XSL:FO

  1. Introduction
    Overview of the high level process to set stage, understanding and expectations
  2. Use Java to transform XSL:FO to PDF
    With the help of Apache FOP and a managed bean a simple XPage can output a PDF document
  3. More on XSL:FO and XSLT
    Introduction into high level XSL:FO and the layout of a document. Includes links to tutorial and specification
  4. Extracting XML from Domino
    Use a utility class to extract XML from Domino using various methods. While DXL seems like the universal approach, it isn't the fastest, so code that's more efficient and lean is introduced
  5. XSL:FO Editors
    How to make your live easier when editing XSLT and XSL:FO
  6. Meta Data
    How to deal with information that is needed, but not visible

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