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Are you talking about coloring the font or maybe a background color?
Either way is fine, the purpose is to make it easy for user to know that records are belong to different groups.
Thank you Tim.
Cool - http://blogs.oracle.com/xmlpublisher/2008/01/09#a749
Thank you for your fast response, actually I should have made my question clearer. Let's take your sample data, what I need is like this:
For group 1 Nuts and Bolts Limited, make background yellow,
981110 10-NOV-04 Standard EUR 122
100000 28-MAY-04 Standard FIM 122
100001 28-MAY-04 Standard FIM 200
1 03-JUN-04 Standard FIM 400
100004 28-MAY-04 Standard FIM 100
00s 07-JUN-04 Standard FIM 100
FI1009 10-MAY-04 Standard FIM 1220
Stop make background yellow.
For group 2 Tick Tock Clocks, make background blue,
100002 28-MAY-04 Standard DEM 235
100003 28-MAY-04 Standard DEM 100
2001 01-JUN-04 Standard EUR 1000
2002 01-JUN-04 Standard EUR 1500
2003 01-JUN-04 Standard DEM 1000
2004 01-JUN-04 Standard DEM 2000
3001 04-JUN-04 Standard EUR 1000
FI1011 25-MAY-04 Standard DEM 2000
Stop make background blue.
For group 3, make background back to yellow
Big Bike Motorsports
3001 01-JUN-04 Standard SEK 1000
FI1013 02-JUN-04 Standard USD 25000
Stop make background back to yellow
For group 4, make background back to blue
FI1010 20-MAY-04 Standard FIM 2440
Stop make background back to blue
That is, I need the xml change the background every time the group is changed.
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I knew there would be a wrinkle :0) Devil is in the detail - it can be done - requires some XSL code. I'll post on it tomorrow.
OK Bill another posting for you ... http://blogs.oracle.com/xmlpublisher/2008/01/10#a751
Thank you very much Tim! I really appreciate that!