Adding Auto Scrolling Feature in Table

Posted on 2005-05-09
Last Modified: 2010-04-06

I’m planning to design a report using XML/XSLT and Java to Generate the XML file from Oracle Database (Technologies may change). However, I would like to add Auto Scrolling Capability to a row in the Table. The Report consists of Several Reports and I would like to add auto scrolling to a row in each table of the Report.

Is it doable using XML/XSLT, .NET or JAVA?

Question by:shamasba
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    You can use XSLT to transform your XML into HTML...
    So, you can use all features supported by HTML including javascript auto scrolling if you want.

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    The Auto scrolling will be on the Enire Page, what i need is an auto scrolling on the Table Level

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    Is valid my answer? is everithing ok? need more help?

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