RE: [XSL-FO] Re: JFOR - XSL:FO to RTF converter - CambridgeDocs
- ">> Third question:
>> Exists other XSL:fo to RTF converter in the market?"===== CambridgeDocs xDoc Converter has pre-packaged XSL:FO to RTF
xDoc will :
- Convert many formats (RTF, MS Word .doc, WordML, HTML, PDF,
FrameMaker) to (a) XSL:FO (b) generic XML (c) Structured XML like
- Convert XSL:FO (or other variations of XML) to PDF
- Convert XSL:FO (or other variations of XML) to RTF.
xDoc is a server solution, is written in Java, and will work on both
windows and non-windows platform. It has a Java API, and .NET API, and
Current xDoc customers include JP Morgan, Reuters,
PriceWaterhouseCoppers. CambridgeDocs xDOC solution is also OEM'd by
Interwoven. The cost is about $15,000.
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From: XSL-FO@yahoogroups.com [mailto:XSL-FO@yahoogroups.com] On Behalf
Of Andreas Jung
Sent: Saturday, October 01, 2005 1:56 PM
Subject: Re: [XSL-FO] Re: JFOR - XSL:FO to RTF converter
Forget Jfor..it sucks and seems to be unmaintained. Try XFC from
XMLmind.com. We are using it in production to generate RTF from HTML
csstoxslfo). It just works...never had any problems with XFC.
--On 1. Oktober 2005 07:58:59 +0000 dixonterry
> Yes - I'm interested in producing RTF from XSL-FO but I have not had aexists.
> lot of success with JFOR. Some JAVA code examples would be useful but
> I've not found any. Almost everything about JFOR points to
> www.jfor.org which no longer exists.
> There is a product XMLmind which purports to do XSF-FO to RTF but I
> can't say I know anything about it.
> --- In XSL-FO@yahoogroups.com, "xslfast_stefan" <stefan.h@s...> wrote:
>> First question:
>> I want to test the JFOR tool to generate RTF documents. Has anybody a
>> batch file or the command line to start the converter?
>> Second question:
>> Is the jFor Project stopped? The website www.jfor.org does not
>>[Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
>> Third question:
>> Exists other XSL:fo to RTF converter in the market?
>> Thanks for the support
> Yahoo! Groups Links
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- On Sat, 2005-10-01 at 10:06 -0400, Irfan Virk wrote:
> ===== CambridgeDocs xDoc Converter has pre-packaged XSL:FO to RTFI couldn't find an XSL-FO compliance statement on the website Irfan?
> generation capability.
> xDoc will :
> - Convert many formats (RTF, MS Word .doc, WordML, HTML, PDF,
> FrameMaker) to (a) XSL:FO (b) generic XML (c) Structured XML like
> - Convert XSL:FO (or other variations of XML) to PDF
> - Convert XSL:FO (or other variations of XML) to RTF.
Is there one please?
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