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, "Stefan Radermacher" <stefan@z...> wrote:
> Sounds reasonable, but unfortunately it doesn't work. No matter which
> encoding value I use, I still get the "The root element is required in
> a well-formed document" error when I have an umlaut in my XML file
> somewhere. However, I found out that I can get umlauts using the
> Ü notation, although this is rather cumbersome. There seems to be
> some character translation done in the system/outputFilters/fo.lst
> file, but I can't figure out how that works.
> By the way, I'm using Linux and Java 1.3.1.
I have a small example for fop 0.20.4 using Umlauts. Do have a place,
where I should put that? This one is not a character sheet, but a
simple fo - Document with Umlauts.