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IMAGE RETRIEVE FROM DATABASE

PLACE THE FORM FIELD AND RIGHT THE CODE THERE


<fo:instream-foreign-object content type="image/gif">
<xsl:value-of select="IMAGE"/>
</fo:instream-foreign-object>
SET PASSWORD THAT OUTPUT IS NOT SEEN IN PDF FROMAT
1) Open the .rtf
2) Go to File - > Properties
Create a new custom property
a) Name : xdo-pdf-open-password
Type : text
Value : Either Hard Code the vale / or get the value for xml data
b) Name : xdo-pdf-security
Type : text
Value : true
Concatenation tag:
<?xdofx:rpad(FIRST_NAME||LAST_NAME),30,'x')?>
<?value-of:concat(Payee/Address/City,’, ‘,Payee/Address/State)?>
If tag:
<?IF:COMM=’’?>SRY<?END IF?><?IF:COMM!=’’?><?COMM?><?END IF?>

Else if:
<?xdofx:if COMM!='' then SAL+COMM else SAL end if?>
DECODE TAG:
<?xdofx:decode(COMM,’’,’sry’,COMM)?>
<?xdofx:decode(COMM,’’,ENAME,COMM||’, ’||ENAME)?>
CHR:
<?xdofx:chr(65)?>
<?xdofx: to_char(sysdate,'dd-mm-yyyy')?>
ROUND:
<?xdofx: round(9.6)?>
SORT:
<?for-each:G_EMPNO?><?sort:ENAME;’ascending’;data-type=’char’?>
<?ENAME?>
<?end for-each?>
SUM:
SUM:<?2+3?>
<?xdoxslt:sum(SAL)+xdoxslt:sum(COMM)?>
<?sum(current-group()//SAL)?> //when ever we use double group it shows total sal for current group.
PAGE BREAK
<?split-by-page-break:?>
(OR)
<?for-each-group@section:G_EMPNO;DEPTNO?>//AUTOMATICALLY IT SPLIT DEPT WISE

PAGE LAYOUT: IT DISPLAYS INFORMATION LIKE NOTE,TERMS ETC IN THE ODD OR


EVEN PAGE. IN HEADERS AND FOOTERS REGION WE CAN DISPLAY GO TO FILE AND
SELECT PAGE SETUP AND SELECT LAYOUT TAB THERE CHECK THE OPTIONS.
<?section:force-page-count;'end-on-odd-layout'?>
<?section:force-page-count;'end-on-even-layout'?>
VARIABLE DECLARATION:
<?xdoxslt:set_variable($_XDOCTX,’A’,20)?>
<?xdoxslt:get_variable($_XDOCTX,’A’)?>
<?xdoxslt:get_variable($_XDOCTX,’A’)+1?>
TO_CHECK_NUMBER:
<?xdofx:to_check_number(12345.67,1)?>
<?xdofx:to_check_number(123,0)?>
<?xdofx:to_check_number(12345.67,’EUR’,’CASE_LOWER’,’DECIMAL_STYLE_WORDS’)?>
<?xdofx:to_check_number(12345.67,’JPY’,’CASE_UPPER’,’DECIMAL_STYLE_WORDS’)?>
ADD & SHOW PAGE TOTAL:
<?add-page-total:t;’SAL’?>
<?show-page-total:t?>

TEMPLATE HEADERS:
<?template:header?>
EMPLOYEE DETAILS
<?end template?> //WRITE THESE IN HEADER FORM AND CALL IN THE WORKING
<?call-template:header?> //WRITE THESE WHERE U NEED

CHOOSE

Ex: <?choose:?>
<?when: DEPTNO=1610?>
Abc
<?end when?>
<?when: DEPTNO=210?>
Kas
<?end when?>
<?otherwise:?>
Def
<?end otherwise?>
<?end choose?>
ARRAYS:
<?xdoxslt:set_array($_XDOCTX, ‘RAVI’, 2, ‘KANTH’)?>
<?xdoxslt:set_array($_XDOCTX,’RAVI’,1,’NERELLA’)?>
<?xdoxslt:get_array($_XDOCTX, ‘RAVI’, 1)?>
<?xdoxslt:get_array($_XDOCTX,’RAVI’,2)?>

INSERT IMAGES:
INSERT ANY IMAGE AS U WISH AND RIGHT CLICK ON IT SELECT FORMAT PICTURE IN
THAT SELECT WEB TAB AND ENTER
Ex: url:{'http://www.funonthenet.in/images/stories/forwards/company%20logos/fedex.png'}

HYPERLINKS:
Hi: it is hyperlink right click on hi and select hyperlink in that select browed pages enter
web site at run time we can open it.

SQL Statement or XSL


Expression Usage Description

2+3 <?xdofx:2+3?> Addition

2-3 <?xdofx:2-3?> Subtraction


2*3 <?xdofx:2*3?> Multiplication

2/3 <?xdofx:2/3?> Division

2**3 <?xdofx:2**3?> Exponential

3||2 <?xdofx:3||2?> Concatenation

lpad('aaa',10,'.') <?xdofx:lpad('aaa',10,'.')?> The lpad function pads the left side of


a string with a specific set of
characters. The syntax for the lpad
function is:
lpad(string1,padded_length,
[pad_string])
string1 is the string to pad characters
to (the left-hand side).
padded_length is the number of
characters to return.
pad_string is the string that will be
padded to the left-hand side of string1 .

rpad('aaa',10,'.') <?xdofx:rpad('aaa',10,'.')?> The rpad function pads the right side of


a string with a specific set of
characters.
The syntax for the rpad function is:
rpad(string1,padded_length,
[pad_string]).
string1 is the string to pad characters
to (the right-hand side).
padded_length is the number of
characters to return.
pad_string is the string that will be
padded to the right-hand side of
string1

decode('xxx','bbb','ccc',' <? The decode function has the


xxx','ddd') xdofx:decode('xxx','bbb','ccc','xx functionality of an IF-THEN-ELSE
x','ddd')?> statement. The syntax for the decode
function is:
decode(expression, search, result
[,search, result]...[, default])
expression is the value to compare.
search is the value that is compared
against expression.
result is the value returned, if
expression is equal to search.
default is returned if no matches are
found.

Instr('abcabcabc','a',2) <? The instr function returns the location


xdofx:Instr('abcabcabc','a',2)?> of a substring in a string. The syntax
for the instr function is:
instr(string1,string2,[start_position],
[nth_appearance])
string1 is the string to search.
string2 is the substring to search for in
string1.
start_position is the position in string1
where the search will start. The first
position in the string is 1. If the
start_position is negative, the function
counts back start_position number of
characters from the end of string1 and
then searches towards the beginning
of string1.
nth appearance is the nth appearance
of string2.

substr('abcdefg',2,3) <?xdofx:substr('abcdefg',2,3)?> The substr function allows you to


extract a substring from a string. The
syntax for the substr function is:
substr(string, start_position, [length])
string is the source string.
start_position is the position for
extraction. The first position in the
string is always 1.
length is the number of characters to
extract.

replace(name,'John','Jo <? The replace function replaces a


n') xdofx:replace(name,'John','Jon' sequence of characters in a string with
)?> another set of characters. The syntax
for the replace function is:
replace(string1,string_to_replace,
[replacement_string])
string1 is the string to replace a
sequence of characters with another
set of characters.
string_to_replace is the string that will
be searched for in string1.
replacement_string is optional. All
occurrences of string_to_replace will
be replaced with replacement_string in
string1.

to_number('12345') <?xdofx:to_number('12345')?> Function to_number converts char, a


value of CHAR, VARCHAR2, NCHAR,
or NVARCHAR2 datatype containing a
number in the format specified by the
optional format model fmt, to a value of
NUMBER datatype.

to_char(12345) <?xdofx:to_char('12345')?> Use the TO_CHAR function to


translate a value of NUMBER datatype
to VARCHAR2 datatype.

to_date <?xdofx:to_date ( char [, fmt [, TO_DATE converts char of CHAR,


'nlsparam']] ) VARCHAR2, NCHAR, or NVARCHAR2
datatype to a value of DATE datatype.
The fmt is a date format specifying the
format of char. If you omit fmt, then
char must be in the default date format.
If fmt is 'J', for Julian, then char must
be an integer.

sysdate() <?xdofx:sysdate()?> SYSDATE returns the current date and


time. The datatype of the returned
value is DATE. The function requires
no arguments.

minimum <? Returns the minimum value of the


xdoxslt:minimum(ELEMENT_N element in the set.
AME)?>

maximum <? Returns the maximum value of the


xdoxslt:maximum(ELEMENT_N element in the set.
AME)?>

chr <?xdofx:chr(n)?> CHR returns the character having the


binary equivalent to n in either the
database character set or the national
character set.

ceil <?xdofx:ceil(n)?> CEIL returns smallest integer greater


than or equal to n.

floor <?xdofx:floor(n)?> FLOOR returns largest integer equal to


or less than n.

round <?xdofx:round ( number [, ROUND returns number rounded to


integer ] )?> integer places right of the decimal
point. If integer is omitted, then
number is rounded to 0 places. integer
can be negative to round off digits left
of the decimal point. integer must be
an integer.

lower <?xdofx:lower (char)?> LOWER returns char, with all letters


lowercase. char can be any of the
datatypes CHAR, VARCHAR2,
NCHAR, NVARCHAR2, CLOB, or
NCLOB. The return value is the same
datatype as char.

upper <?xdofx:upper(char)?> UPPER returns char, with all letters


uppercase. char can be any of the
datatypes CHAR, VARCHAR2,
NCHAR, NVARCHAR2, CLOB, or
NCLOB. The return value is the same
datatype as char.

length <?xdofx:length(char)?> The "length" function returns the length


of char. LENGTH calculates length
using characters as defined by the
input character set.

greatest <?xdofx:greatest ( expr [, GREATEST returns the greatest of the


expr]... )?> list of exprs. All exprs after the first are
implicitly converted to the datatype of
the first expr before the comparison.

least <?xdofx:least ( expr [, expr]... )? LEAST returns the least of the list of
> exprs. All exprs after the first are
implicitly converted to the datatype of
the first expr before the comparison.

The following table shows supported combination functions:


SQL Statement Usage
(2+3/4-6*7)/8 <?xdofx:(2+3/4-6*7)/8?>
lpad(substr('1234567890',5,3),10,'^') <?xdofx:lpad(substr('1234567890',5,3),10,'^')?>
decode('a','b','c','d','e','1')||instr('321',1,1) <?xdofx:decode('a','b','c','d','e','1')||instr('321',1,1)?>

XSL Equivalents

The following table lists the BI Publisher simplified syntax with the XSL equivalents.

Supported XSL
Elements Description BI Publisher Syntax
<xsl:value-of select= Placeholder syntax <?name?>
"name">
<xsl:apply-templates Applies a template rule to the current <?apply:name?>
select="name"> element's child nodes.
<xsl:copy-of Creates a copy of the current node. <?copy-of:name?>
select="name">
<xsl:call-template Calls a named template to be inserted <?call:name?>
name="name"> into/applied to the current template.
<xsl:sort select="name"> Sorts a group of data based on an element in <?sort:name?>
the dataset.
<xsl:for-each Loops through the rows of data of a group, <?for-each:name?>
select="name"> used to generate tabular output.
<xsl:choose> Used in conjunction with when and otherwise <?choose?>
to express multiple conditional tests.
<xsl:when test="exp"> Used in conjunction with choose and <?when:expression?>
otherwise to express multiple conditional tests
<xsl:otherwise> Used in conjunction with choose and when to <?otherwise?>
express multiple conditional tests
<xsl:if test="exp"> Used for conditional formatting. <?if:expression?>
<xsl:template Template declaration <?template:name?>
name="name">
<xsl:variable Local or global variable declaration <?variable:name?>
name="name">
<xsl:import href="url"> Import the contents of one stylesheet into <?import:url?>
another
<xsl:include href="url"> Include one stylesheet in another <?include:url?>
<xsl:stylesheet Define the root element of a stylesheet <?namespace:x=url?>
xmlns:x="url">

Using FO Elements

You can use most FO elements in an RTF template inside the Microsoft Word form fields. The
following FO elements have been extended for use with BI Publisher RTF templates. The BI
Publisher syntax can be used with either RTF template method.

The full list of FO elements supported by BI Publisher can be found in the Appendix: Supported
XSL-FO Elements.

FO Element BI Publisher Syntax


<fo:page-number-citation ref-id="id"> <?fo:page-number-citation:id?>
<fo:page-number> <?fo:page-number?>
<fo:ANY NAME WITHOUT ATTRIBUTE> <?fo:ANY NAME WITHOUT ATTRIBUTE?>