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Subject: Re: [docbook] Fo question

Sean Wheller wrote:
> On Sunday 22 October 2006 21:58, Stefan Mueller wrote:
>> for my project I am creating an pdf file using
>> docbook/xsl-1.70.1/fo/docbook.xsl
>> It is a book project.
>> In the pdf-file I always get a page with just a headline on it
>> "Part I. Installing...."
>> the next page contains just the table of contents and
>> on the next page it starts with "Chapter 1."
>> How to I get rid of the page with just "Part I. Installing..." on it?
>> Below you'll find the ant task I am using for xsl-process.
>> <target name="xmltofo" depends="">
>> <java jar="Documentation/src/Tools/saxon.jar" fork="true">
>> <arg line="-o Documentation/src/doc.fo  Documentation/src/doc.xml
>>                 Documentation/src/DocBook/xsl-1.70.1/fo/docbook.xsl" />
>> <arg value='paper.type="A4"' />
>> <arg value='chunk.section.depth="0"' />
>> <arg value='chunk.first.sections="0"' />
>> <arg value='generate.section.toc.level="0"' />
>> <arg value='toc.section.depth="1"' />
>> <arg value='toc.max.depth="3"' />
>> <arg value='generate.index="1"' />
>> </java>
>> </target>
> Your Docbook file has part elements so this is why the Part X thing is 
> generated in the output. If you don't want the Part X then refactor your XML 
> so that your book is comprised of chapters only.
> <book>
>  <chapter>.... </chapter>
>  <chapter>.... </chapter>
>  <chapter>.... </chapter>
> </book>
> In this case only a single TOC is generated, at the front of the book. You can 
> use the generate.toc parameter to set where you want tocs to be generated.
> http://www.sagehill.net/docbookxsl/TOCcontrol.html#TOCcomponents

Thanks for your help. It is a first hint.

How do I get the TOC on the same page as "part"-page headline?


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