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Default xml + xsl:fo --> PDF

hi

i'm setting up the apache fop engine on my win2000.

anyone can give me a small example on the principles how to write in asp the code to generate a PDF.

Like we do with the MSXMLdom object with xml+xslt to html, I want to see some sample code to generate xml+xsl:fo to PDF (directly loaded in browser or saved to a file) with FOP used in asp code

thx
kabe



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