1) The entire ArticleText is printed without any indentations, without including any paragraph changes. The (b) would be on the same line as then ending of (a). It's ignoring the html tags it seems like and
look at section "14.6.1 Handling XML Data with HTML Formatting" Designing XSL Subtemplates - 11g Release 1 (11.1.1)
2) None of the variable data is included. It just prints nothing where the variable should go.
what's variable you are talking about ?
Thank you very much. That note is very helpful. Can I just place the xsl tags in a Word or Notepad file with a .xsl extension?
The variables are added in the Contract module by the users when they create a clause. They are included in the xml text as shown in the example above, i.e. <var_name = ......
Can I just place the xsl tags in a Word or Notepad file with a .xsl extension?
not sure that i understood
for more info about subtemplate and why it's used look at http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/middleware/bi-publisher/overview/bip-subtemplate-1-132933.pdf
- in rtf import, as example, subtemplate.xsl (there some template for formatting is existed)
- apply some template for xml data tag, as example from doc
<xsl:with-param name="formula" select="VALUE"/> </xsl:call-template>
Still working on this...
1) I did figure out I can sure Notepad and it will allow me to save with an .xsl extention. So I'm good there.
But even bigger, do I need the import statement in my rtf file if we're using the BI Publisher integrated with EBS? We don't have a BI Server. So I have no idea what the BI Publisher Catalog location is. Does this make it different? Is there a note on how that works?
But even bigger, do I need the import statement in my rtf file if we're using the BI Publisher integrated with EBS?
So I have no idea what the BI Publisher Catalog location is. Does this make it different?
a bit different
- register subtemplate as template and set "Subtemplate: YES"
- import in main <?import:xdo://FND.XXTEMPLATE_SUB.en.00/?>
all other logic as for BI
EBS environment supports xdo protocol for sub template import.