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+sfPlugins
+=========
+
+reportPlugin
+============
+ReportPugin has the following dependencies, which I can package all together:
+ * Word2FO a great tool from RenderX http://www.renderx.com/tools/word2fo.html
+ which I modified so that you can create XSLT stylesheets that consume XML data
+ instead of a final XSLFO document. I distribute the Path though,
+ (in reportPlugin\doc\Word2FO.patch). RenderX.com will ask for your mail to let
+ you download the stylesheet, which comes with full license (text from RenderX's
+ page ..."These stylesheets were prepared by RenderX's development team and
+ Microsoft for general use."...). This is used for templating, not in the rendering
+ process, but it makes life easier. How to edit Word Documents to take advantage
+ of my changes is detailed in reportPlugin\doc\HowToReport.docx
+ * ApacheFOP an open source FO Processor, made in java, for which I made a wrapper
+ and some classes to consume it as a web service (you must deploy it on an
+ application server for that, i.e. Glassfish) or from Command line (renderer Class
+ for command line usage of FOP is on the way).
+ * fo2html.xsl Also from RendeX (http://services.renderx.com/Content/tools/fo2html.html),
+ which I modified a bit, not finished nor tested yet, to generate HTML that Excel
+ understands, and alter default table width. This is used for rendering the report in HTML.
+ You should put this stylesheet in reportPlugin\lib\RenderStep3\xsl\fo2html.xsl to match
+ sfExportGlobals.yml configuration
+
+Note: you can find both stylesheets in the Free tools Section at http://www.renderx.com/download/shop.html
+
+Take a look at the HowToReport to see what can be done:
+https://github.com/juanmf/sfPlugins/blob/master/reportPlugin/doc/HowToReport.docx?raw=true
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21 reportPlugin/README.txt
@@ -0,0 +1,21 @@
+1) You need to enable php_soap.dll & php_xsl.dll extensions
+2) Register Plugin in ProjectConfiguration.php
+3) Enable_module "export" in setting.yml
+4) Copy reportPlugin/config/sfExportConfig.yml to app/config
+5) In sfExportConfig.yml you define the location of you reports XSLT stylesheets
+6) To see some example reports copy reportPlugin/modules/export/templates/reports
+directory to app/templates
+7) You can open <domain>/export to see what reports you have defined, and test them.
+8) @see reportPlugin/modules/export/actions/actions.class.php (render action) for
+an example of how to use LayoutManager::render()
+9) install Glassfish, from Netbeans:
+9.1) open the project WebFopWrapper2
+9.2) right click => clean and build
+9.3) right click => deploy
+9.3.1) fin in the output the following URL:
+ | INFO: WS00019: EJB Endpoint deployed
+ | WebFOPWrapper2 listening at address at http://juanmf-PC:8080/DecretoRenderService/DecretoRender
+ this should match the value of RenderPDFConsummer::$_wsLocation (I'll put this
+value in config yml soon)
+
+
10 reportPlugin/config/config_handlers.yml
@@ -0,0 +1,10 @@
+config/sfExportConfig.yml:
+ file: %SF_PLUGINS_DIR%/reportPlugin/lib/config/sfExportConfigHandler.class.php
+ class: sfExportConfigHandler
+ param:
+ prefix: mod_export_
+config/sfExportGlobals.yml:
+ file: %SF_PLUGINS_DIR%/reportPlugin/lib/config/sfExportConfigHandler.class.php
+ class: sfExportConfigHandler
+ param:
+ prefix: mod_export_
98 reportPlugin/config/sfExportConfig.yml
@@ -0,0 +1,98 @@
+#reports:
+# EstadisticaMensualCuadro1:
+# name: PLANILLA DE ESTADÍSTICA MENSUAL - NIVEL PRIMARIO - CUADRO 1
+# step1: # make the logical screen. See "Two steps view" pattern
+# logical_screen_callback: [LogicalScreenCallbacks, planillaEstadisticaCuadro1]
+# callback_params: ~ # [p1, p2, ..] using this key, the action can pass parameters too.
+# step2:
+# structure:
+# default:
+# layout:
+# class: ~ # defaults to sfExportGlobals[globals][step2][structure_class][parent]
+# # if have childs, sfExportGlobals[globals][step2][structure_class][leaf] other wise.
+# nodes: '/result' # A XPath expresion selecting logical_screen nodes for this view.
+# xslt_structure:
+# sheet: '/templates/reports/PlanillaEstadisticaCuadro1/PlanillaEstadisticaCuadro1.fo.xml' # A XML to FO transformation adding structure. Path from %sf_app_module_dir%
+# params: {} # Associative array with relevant parameters for this xslt.
+# xslt_style:
+# sheet: ~ # A FO to FO transformation adding style. Path from %sf_app_module_dir%
+# params: {} # Associative array with relevant parameters for this xslt.
+#
+# listado_personas_x_edad:
+# name: Listado de Personas Por Edad
+# step1: # make the logical screen. See "Two steps view" pattern
+# logical_screen_callback: [LogicalScreenCallbacks, listadoPersonasXedad]
+# callback_params: ~ # [p1, p2, ..] using this key, the action can pass parameters too.
+# step2:
+# structure:
+# default:
+# layout:
+# class: ~ # defaults to sfExportGlobals[globals][step2][structure_class][parent]
+# # if have childs, sfExportGlobals[globals][step2][structure_class][leaf] other wise.
+# nodes: '//result' # A XPath expresion selecting logical_screen nodes for this view.
+# xslt_structure:
+# sheet: '/templates/reports/ListPersonasEdad/ListPersonasEdad.fo.xsl' # A XML to FO transformation adding structure. Path from %sf_app_module_dir%
+# params: {} # Associative array with relevant parameters for this xslt.
+# xslt_style:
+# sheet: ~ # A FO to FO transformation adding style. Path from %sf_app_module_dir%
+# params: {} # Associative array with relevant parameters for this xslt.
+#
+# listado_personas:
+# name: Listado de Personas
+# step1: # make the logical screen. See "Two steps view" pattern
+# logical_screen_callback: [LogicalScreenCallbacks, listadoPersonas]
+# callback_params: ~ # [p1, p2, ..] using this key, the action can pass parameters too.
+# step2:
+# structure:
+# default:
+# layout:
+# class: ~ # defaults to sfExportGlobals[globals][step2][structure_class][parent]
+# # if have childs, sfExportGlobals[globals][step2][structure_class][leaf] other wise.
+# nodes: '/*' # A XPath expresion selecting logical_screen nodes for this view.
+# xslt_structure:
+# sheet: '/templates/reports/ListPersonas/ListPersonasHeader.fo.xml' # A XML to FO transformation adding structure. Path from %sf_app_module_dir%
+# params: {} # Associative array with relevant parameters for this xslt.
+# xslt_style:
+# sheet: ~ # A FO to FO transformation adding style. Path from %sf_app_module_dir%
+# params: {} # Associative array with relevant parameters for this xslt.
+# children:
+# persona_list_body:
+# class: ~ # defaults do sfExportGlobals[globals][step2][structure_class][parent]
+# # if have childs, sfExportGlobals[globals][step2][structure_class][leaf] other wise.
+# nodes: '//result' # A XPath expresion selecting logical_screen nodes for this view.
+# xslt_structure:
+# sheet: '/templates/reports/ListPersonas/ListPersonasBody.fo.xml' # A XML to FO transformation adding structure. Path from %sf_app_module_dir%
+# params: {} # Associative array with relevant parameters for this xslt.
+# xslt_style:
+# sheet: ~ # A FO to FO transformation adding style. Path from %sf_app_module_dir%
+# params: {} # Associative array with relevant parameters for this xslt.
+#
+# relevaiento_inicial:
+# name: hello world
+# step1: # make the logical screen. See "Two steps view" pattern
+# logical_screen_callback: [LogicalScreenCallbacks, helloworld]
+# callback_params: ~ # [p1, p2, ..] using this key, the action can pass parameters too.
+# step2:
+# structure:
+# default:
+# layout:
+# class: ~ # defaults do sfExportGlobals[globals][step2][structure_class][parent]
+# # if have childs, sfExportGlobals[globals][step2][structure_class][leaf] other wise.
+# nodes: '/*' # A XPath expresion selecting logical_screen nodes for this view.
+# xslt_structure:
+# sheet: '/templates/reports/helloworld/helloworld.xsl' # A XML to FO transformation adding structure. Path from %sf_app_module_dir%
+# params: {} # Associative array with relevant parameters for this xslt.
+# xslt_style:
+# sheet: ~ # A FO to FO transformation adding style. Path from %sf_app_module_dir%
+# params: {} # Associative array with relevant parameters for this xslt.
+## children:
+## juan:
+## class: ~ # defaults do CompositeView if have childs, View other wise.
+## nodes: '//Persona' # A XPath expresion selecting logical_screen nodes for this view.
+## xslt_structure:
+## sheet: '/templates/reports/helloworld/hello2.xsl' # A XML to FO transformation adding structure.
+## params: {} # Associative array with relevant parameters for this xslt.
+## xslt_style:
+## sheet: ~ # A FO to FO transformation adding style.
+## params: {} # Associative array with relevant parameters for this xslt.
+## children: ~
31 reportPlugin/config/sfExportGlobals.yml
@@ -0,0 +1,31 @@
+globals:
+ step2:
+ structure_class:
+ parent: CompositeView
+ leaf: View
+ step3:
+ available_output: [HTML, XSLFO, XLS, PDF]
+ output_format: HTML # this is usead, and should be set by the action, to select the renderer.
+ default: HTML
+ HTML:
+ class: RenderHtml
+ xslt_output:
+ sheet: /lib/RenderStep3/xsl/fo2html.xsl # xslt FO to HTML use system default if null. Path from %sf_app_module_dir%
+ params: {} # Associative array with relevant parameters for this xslt.
+
+ XSLFO:
+ class: RenderFo
+ xslt_output:
+ sheet: ~ # xslt FO to HTML use system default if null.
+ params: {} # Associative array with relevant parameters for this xslt.
+ XLS:
+ class: RenderXls
+ xslt_output:
+ sheet: ~ # xslt FO to HTML use system default if null.
+ params: {} # Associative array with relevant parameters for this xslt.
+ PDF:
+ class: RenderPdfSoap # Use ApacheFop through WEB SERVICE
+# class: RenderPdfbridge # TODO: Use ApacheFop through Java Bridge
+ xslt_output:
+ sheet: ~ # xslt FO to HTML use system default if null.
+ params: {} # Associative array with relevant parameters for this xslt.
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306 reportPlugin/doc/Word2FO.patch
@@ -0,0 +1,306 @@
+diff -rupN c:\Word2FO/stylesheets/Word2FO.xsl C:\Users\juanmf\Work\siup\projects\aurora\src\aurora\plugins\reportPlugin\doc\Word2FO/stylesheets/Word2FO.xsl
+--- c:\Word2FO/stylesheets/Word2FO.xsl Tue Feb 27 10:26:30 2007
++++ C:\Users\juanmf\Work\siup\projects\aurora\src\aurora\plugins\reportPlugin\doc\Word2FO/stylesheets/Word2FO.xsl Fri Oct 19 13:00:53 2012
+@@ -83,6 +83,7 @@ marked by a commentary inside the templa
+
+ <xsl:stylesheet xmlns:fo="http://www.w3.org/1999/XSL/Format"
+ xmlns:xsl="http://www.w3.org/1999/XSL/Transform"
++ xmlns:aml="http://schemas.microsoft.com/aml/2001/core"
+ xmlns:w="http://schemas.microsoft.com/office/word/2003/wordml"
+ version="2.0">
+
+@@ -144,16 +145,29 @@ marked by a commentary inside the templa
+ <!-- MAIN ROOT TRANSFORM -->
+ <!-- =================== -->
+ <xsl:template match="/w:wordDocument">
+-
+- <fo:root>
+- <!-- Set default font-family attribute on fo:root -->
+- <xsl:apply-templates select="w:fonts/w:defaultFonts"/>
+-
+- <!-- Create physical page layout and generate page sequences -->
+- <xsl:call-template name="CreatePageLayout"/>
+- <xsl:call-template name="GeneratePageSequences"/>
+-
+- </fo:root>
++ <xsl:text disable-output-escaping="yes">&lt;</xsl:text>xsl:stylesheet version="1.0" xmlns:xsl="http://www.w3.org/1999/XSL/Transform" xmlns:php="http://php.net/xsl" xmlns:siup="http://siup.gov.ar/XSL/Format"<xsl:text disable-output-escaping="yes">&gt;</xsl:text>
++ <xsl:text disable-output-escaping="yes">&lt;</xsl:text>xsl:template match='/'<xsl:text disable-output-escaping="yes">&gt;</xsl:text>
++ <xsl:text disable-output-escaping="yes">&lt;</xsl:text>xsl:apply-templates select="root" /<xsl:text disable-output-escaping="yes">&gt;</xsl:text>
++ <xsl:text disable-output-escaping="yes">&lt;</xsl:text>/xsl:template<xsl:text disable-output-escaping="yes">&gt;</xsl:text>
++ <xsl:text disable-output-escaping="yes">&lt;</xsl:text>xsl:template match='root'<xsl:text disable-output-escaping="yes">&gt;</xsl:text>
++ <fo:root>
++ <!-- Set default font-family attribute on fo:root -->
++ <xsl:apply-templates select="w:fonts/w:defaultFonts"/>
++
++ <!-- Create physical page layout and generate page sequences -->
++ <xsl:call-template name="CreatePageLayout"/>
++ <xsl:call-template name="GeneratePageSequences"/>
++ </fo:root>
++ <xsl:text disable-output-escaping="yes">&lt;</xsl:text>/xsl:template<xsl:text disable-output-escaping="yes">&gt;</xsl:text>
++
++ <xsl:apply-templates
++ select="//w:tbl[w:tr[w:tc[w:p[w:r[aml:annotation[contains(aml:content, 'repeatTable')]]]]]]
++ |//w:tr[w:tc[w:p[w:r[aml:annotation[contains(aml:content, 'repeatRow')]]]]]
++ |//w:tc[w:p[w:r[aml:annotation[contains(aml:content, 'repeatCell')]]]]"
++ mode="repetitive-template" /> <!--Esto rompe todo. -->
++
++ <xsl:text disable-output-escaping="yes">&lt;</xsl:text>/xsl:stylesheet<xsl:text disable-output-escaping="yes">&gt;</xsl:text>
++
+ </xsl:template>
+
+
+diff -rupN c:\Word2FO/stylesheets/elementStructure.xsl C:\Users\juanmf\Work\siup\projects\aurora\src\aurora\plugins\reportPlugin\doc\Word2FO/stylesheets/elementStructure.xsl
+--- c:\Word2FO/stylesheets/elementStructure.xsl Tue Feb 27 10:26:38 2007
++++ C:\Users\juanmf\Work\siup\projects\aurora\src\aurora\plugins\reportPlugin\doc\Word2FO/stylesheets/elementStructure.xsl Thu Oct 18 23:46:39 2012
+@@ -572,6 +572,12 @@
+ <fo:leader leader-length="0pt"/>
+ <!-- text content -->
+ <xsl:choose>
++ <!-- juanmf@gmail.com: I'll use comments as the select attr value of xsl:value-of elements for the report template -->
++ <!-- commmented "#" elements will render <xsl:value-of select=".//comment"/> -->
++ <!--<xsl:when test="node()[text()='#']/../preceding-sibling::aml:annotation[@w:type='Word.Comment.Start']">-->
++ <xsl:when test="text()='#' and ../following-sibling::aml:annotation[@w:type='Word.Comment.End']">
++ <xsl:call-template name="Value-of-Selector" />
++ </xsl:when>
+ <xsl:when test="ancestor::w:fldSimple">
+ <xsl:call-template name="ApplyFieldInstruction">
+ <xsl:with-param name="instruction" select="normalize-space(ancestor::w:fldSimple/@w:instr)"/>
+@@ -593,6 +599,16 @@
+ </xsl:otherwise>
+ </xsl:choose>
+ </xsl:template>
++
++ <!-- juanmf@gmail.com: I'll use comments as the select attr value of xsl:value-of elements for the report template -->
++ <!-- commmented "#" elements will render <xsl:value-of select=".//comment"/> -->
++ <!--<xsl:when test="node()[text()='#']/../preceding-sibling::aml:annotation[@w:type='Word.Comment.Start']">-->
++ <xsl:template name="Value-of-Selector">
++ <xsl:variable name="commentId" select="../following-sibling::aml:annotation[1]/@aml:id" />
++ <xsl:variable name="nodeSelector" select="../../w:r/aml:annotation[@w:type='Word.Comment' and @aml:id=$commentId]/aml:content" />
++ <xsl:text disable-output-escaping="yes">&lt;</xsl:text>xsl:value-of select=".//<xsl:value-of select="$nodeSelector"/>"<xsl:text disable-output-escaping="yes">/&gt;</xsl:text>
++ </xsl:template>
++
+ <!-- ============================== -->
+ <!-- Represents a symbol character. -->
+ <!-- Parent elements: w:r. -->
+@@ -757,7 +773,7 @@
+ <!-- ============================= -->
+ <!-- Represents the table element. -->
+ <!-- ============================= -->
+- <xsl:template match="w:tbl">
++ <xsl:template match="w:tbl" name="w:tbl">
+ <!-- Internal links -->
+ <xsl:apply-templates select="aml:annotation"/>
+ <fo:table>
+@@ -786,6 +802,26 @@
+ </fo:table-body>
+ </fo:table>
+ </xsl:template>
++
++ <!--juanmf@gmail.com replace normal w:tbl transformation with an xsl:apply-tempates for repetitive tables -->
++ <!--<xsl:template match="aml:annotation[contains(content, 'repeatTable')]/ancestor::w:tbl[1]" priority="1">-->
++
++ <xsl:template match="w:tbl[w:tr[w:tc[w:p[w:r[aml:annotation[contains(aml:content, 'repeatTable')]]]]]]" priority="1">
++ <xsl:variable name="commentId" select="w:tr/w:tc/w:p/w:r/aml:annotation[contains(aml:content, 'repeatTable')][1]/@aml:id" />
++ <xsl:variable name="nodeSelector" select="substring-after(.//aml:annotation[@w:type='Word.Comment' and @aml:id=$commentId]/aml:content, 'repeatTable ')" />
++ <xsl:text disable-output-escaping="yes">&lt;xsl:apply-templates select=".//</xsl:text><xsl:value-of select="$nodeSelector"/>" mode="repetitive-table-<xsl:value-of select="$commentId"/>"<xsl:text disable-output-escaping="yes">/&gt;</xsl:text>
++ </xsl:template>
++
++ <!--juanmf@gmail.com after closing fo:root this should get called to render repetitive row templates-->
++ <xsl:template match="w:tbl[w:tr[w:tc[w:p[w:r[aml:annotation[contains(aml:content, 'repeatTable')]]]]]]" priority="1" mode="repetitive-template">
++ <xsl:variable name="commentId" select="w:tr/w:tc/w:p/w:r/aml:annotation[contains(aml:content, 'repeatTable')][1]/@aml:id" />
++ <xsl:variable name="nodeSelector" select="substring-after(.//aml:annotation[@w:type='Word.Comment' and @aml:id=$commentId]/aml:content, 'repeatTable ')" />
++ <xsl:text disable-output-escaping="yes">&lt;xsl:template match="</xsl:text><xsl:value-of select="$nodeSelector"/>" mode="repetitive-table-<xsl:value-of select="$commentId"/>"<xsl:text disable-output-escaping="yes">&gt;</xsl:text>
++
++ <xsl:call-template name="w:tbl"/>
++
++ <xsl:text disable-output-escaping="yes">&lt;/xsl:template&gt;</xsl:text>
++ </xsl:template>
+ <!-- ====================== -->
+ <!-- Parent element: w:tbl. -->
+ <!-- ====================== -->
+@@ -798,20 +834,37 @@
+ <!-- ========================== -->
+ <xsl:template match="w:gridCol">
+ <fo:table-column>
+- <xsl:attribute name="column-number">
++ <xsl:variable name="colNum">
+ <xsl:number count="w:gridCol"/>
++ </xsl:variable>
++ <xsl:attribute name="column-number">
++ <xsl:value-of select="$colNum"/>
+ </xsl:attribute>
+ <xsl:attribute name="column-width">
+ <xsl:value-of select="@w:w div 20"/>
+ <xsl:text>pt</xsl:text>
+ </xsl:attribute>
++ <!--juanmf@gmail.com when the number of cells is dinamyc, Apache FOP complains of fo:tablecolumn number missmatch adding -->
++ <!--TODO: mi uso de $colNum PARECE ESTAR FALLANDO me genera
++ column-number="1" number-columns-repeated="count(.//Dia) Bien.
++ column-number="2" number-columns-repeated="count(.//Dia) Mal. Pero se ve que $colNum cambia de 1 a 2 y en ../../w:tr/w:tc[$colNum] siemrpe trae "Dia".-->
++ <xsl:if test="../../w:tr/w:tc[position() = $colNum]/w:p/w:r/aml:annotation[contains(aml:content, 'repeatCell')]">
++ <xsl:variable name="commentId" select="../../w:tr/w:tc[position() = $colNum]/w:p/w:r/aml:annotation[contains(aml:content, 'repeatCell')][1]/@aml:id" />
++ <xsl:variable name="domRepetitiveNode" select="substring-after(../../w:tr/w:tc//aml:annotation[@w:type='Word.Comment' and @aml:id=$commentId]/aml:content, 'repeatCell ')" />
++ <xsl:attribute name="number-columns-repeated">
++ <!--XPath expression selecting count of repetitive nodes in XML consumed by generated report XSLT-->
++ <!--<xsl:text disable-output-escaping="yes">&lt;xsl:value-of select="count(.//</xsl:text><xsl:value-of select="$domRepetitiveNode" /><xsl:text>)"></xsl:text>-->
++ <xsl:text disable-output-escaping="yes">{count(.//</xsl:text><xsl:value-of select="$domRepetitiveNode" /><xsl:text>)}</xsl:text>
++
++ </xsl:attribute>
++ </xsl:if>
+ </fo:table-column>
+ </xsl:template>
+ <!-- ======================= -->
+ <!-- Represents a table row. -->
+ <!-- Parent element: w:tbl. -->
+ <!-- ======================= -->
+- <xsl:template match="w:tr">
++ <xsl:template match="w:tr" name="w:tr">
+ <fo:table-row>
+ <xsl:variable name="table-properties" select="ancestor::w:tbl/w:tblPr"/>
+ <!-- xsl:if test="w:trPr/w:trHeight/@w:h-rule = 'exact'" -->
+@@ -831,11 +884,32 @@
+ <xsl:apply-templates select="w:tc"/>
+ </fo:table-row>
+ </xsl:template>
++
++ <!--juanmf@gmail.com replace normal w:tc transformation with an xsl:apply-tempates for repetitive cells -->
++ <!--<xsl:template match="aml:annotation[contains(content, 'repeatCell')]/ancestor::w:tc[1]" priority="1">-->
++
++ <xsl:template match="w:tr[w:tc[w:p[w:r[aml:annotation[contains(aml:content, 'repeatRow')]]]]]" priority="1">
++ <xsl:variable name="commentId" select="w:tc/w:p/w:r/aml:annotation[contains(aml:content, 'repeatRow')][1]/@aml:id" />
++ <xsl:variable name="nodeSelector" select="substring-after(.//aml:annotation[@w:type='Word.Comment' and @aml:id=$commentId]/aml:content, 'repeatRow ')" />
++ <xsl:text disable-output-escaping="yes">&lt;xsl:apply-templates select=".//</xsl:text><xsl:value-of select="$nodeSelector"/>" mode="repetitive-row-<xsl:value-of select="$commentId"/>"<xsl:text disable-output-escaping="yes">/&gt;</xsl:text>
++ </xsl:template>
++
++
++ <!--juanmf@gmail.com after closing fo:root this should get called to render repetitive row templates-->
++ <xsl:template match="w:tr[w:tc[w:p[w:r[aml:annotation[contains(aml:content, 'repeatRow')]]]]]" priority="1" mode="repetitive-template">
++ <xsl:variable name="commentId" select="w:tc/w:p/w:r/aml:annotation[contains(aml:content, 'repeatRow')][1]/@aml:id" />
++ <xsl:variable name="nodeSelector" select="substring-after(.//aml:annotation[@w:type='Word.Comment' and @aml:id=$commentId]/aml:content, 'repeatRow ')" />
++ <xsl:text disable-output-escaping="yes">&lt;xsl:template match="</xsl:text><xsl:value-of select="$nodeSelector"/>" mode="repetitive-row-<xsl:value-of select="$commentId"/>"<xsl:text disable-output-escaping="yes">&gt;</xsl:text>
++
++ <xsl:call-template name="w:tr"/>
++
++ <xsl:text disable-output-escaping="yes">&lt;/xsl:template&gt;</xsl:text>
++ </xsl:template>
+ <!-- ======================== -->
+ <!-- Represents a table cell. -->
+ <!-- Parent element: w:tr. -->
+ <!-- ======================== -->
+- <xsl:template match="w:tc">
++ <xsl:template match="w:tc" name="w:tc">
+ <!-- should not generate fo:table-cell when the w:tc is spanned cell -->
+ <xsl:if test="(not(w:tcPr/w:hmerge) or w:tcPr/w:hmerge/@w:val='restart') and (not(w:tcPr/w:vmerge) or w:tcPr/w:vmerge/@w:val='restart')">
+ <fo:table-cell>
+@@ -889,6 +963,32 @@
+ </fo:table-cell>
+ </xsl:if>
+ </xsl:template>
++
++ <!--juanmf@gmail.com replace normal w:tc transformation with an xsl:apply-tempates for repetitive cells -->
++ <!--<xsl:template match="aml:annotation[contains(content, 'repeatCell')]/ancestor::w:tc[1]" priority="1">-->
++
++ <xsl:template match="w:tc[w:p[w:r[aml:annotation[contains(aml:content, 'repeatCell')]]]]" priority="1">
++ <xsl:variable name="commentId" select="w:p/w:r/aml:annotation[contains(aml:content, 'repeatCell')][1]/@aml:id" />
++ <xsl:variable name="nodeSelector" select="substring-after(.//aml:annotation[@w:type='Word.Comment' and @aml:id=$commentId]/aml:content, 'repeatCell ')" />
++
++ <xsl:text disable-output-escaping="yes">&lt;xsl:apply-templates select=".//</xsl:text>
++ <xsl:value-of select="$nodeSelector"/>" mode="repetitive-cell-<xsl:value-of select="$commentId"/>"<xsl:text disable-output-escaping="yes">/&gt;</xsl:text>
++
++ </xsl:template>
++
++
++ <!--juanmf@gmail.com after closing fo:root this should get called to render repetitive cell templates-->
++ <xsl:template match="w:tc[w:p[w:r[aml:annotation[contains(aml:content, 'repeatCell')]]]]" priority="1" mode="repetitive-template">
++ <xsl:variable name="commentId" select="w:p/w:r/aml:annotation[contains(aml:content, 'repeatCell')][1]/@aml:id" />
++ <xsl:variable name="nodeSelector" select="substring-after(.//aml:annotation[@w:type='Word.Comment' and @aml:id=$commentId]/aml:content, 'repeatCell ')" />
++
++ <xsl:text disable-output-escaping="yes">&lt;xsl:template match="</xsl:text>
++ <xsl:value-of select="$nodeSelector"/>" mode="repetitive-cell-<xsl:value-of select="$commentId"/>"<xsl:text disable-output-escaping="yes">&gt;</xsl:text>
++
++ <xsl:call-template name="w:tc"/>
++
++ <xsl:text disable-output-escaping="yes">&lt;/xsl:template&gt;</xsl:text>
++ </xsl:template>
+ <!-- ========== -->
+ <!-- Tabulation -->
+ <!-- ========== -->
+@@ -992,6 +1092,23 @@
+ <xsl:with-param name="y-factor" select="$y-factor"/>
+ </xsl:apply-templates>
+ </xsl:template>
++
++ <!-- juanmf@gmail.com: I'll use comments to replace embeded images in reports with data source xml nodes -->
++ <xsl:template match="w:pict[ancestor::w:r[1]/following-sibling::aml:annotation[@w:type='Word.Comment.End']]" priority="1">
++ <xsl:param name="x-factor" select="1"/>
++ <xsl:param name="y-factor" select="1"/>
++ <xsl:variable name="commentId" select="ancestor::w:r[1]/following-sibling::aml:annotation[@w:type='Word.Comment.End']/@aml:id" />
++ <xsl:variable name="nodeSelector" select="ancestor::w:r[1]/following-sibling::w:r/aml:annotation[@w:type='Word.Comment' and @aml:id=$commentId]/aml:content" />
++ <xsl:text disable-output-escaping="yes">&lt;</xsl:text>xsl:variable name="<xsl:value-of select="$nodeSelector"/>" select=".//<xsl:value-of select="$nodeSelector"/>"<xsl:text disable-output-escaping="yes">/&gt;</xsl:text>
++
++ <xsl:variable name="binary-data" select="w:binData | w:movie | w:background | w:applet | w:scriptAnchor | w:ocx | w:msAccessHTML"/>
++ <xsl:apply-templates select="v:shape">
++ <xsl:with-param name="binary-data" select="binary-data"/>
++ <xsl:with-param name="x-factor" select="$x-factor"/>
++ <xsl:with-param name="y-factor" select="$y-factor"/>
++ </xsl:apply-templates>
++ </xsl:template>
++
+ <!-- ======================================= -->
+ <!-- Containes the reference to this object. -->
+ <!-- ======================================= -->
+@@ -1065,6 +1182,36 @@
+ </xsl:variable>
+ <xsl:value-of select="concat('url(&quot;data:', $media-type, ';base64,', ., '&quot;)')"/>
+ </xsl:template>
++
++ <!-- juanmf@gmail.com: I'll use comments to replace embeded images in reports with data source xml nodes -->
++ <!--
++ <aml:annotation aml:id="7" w:type="Word.Comment.Start"/>
++ <w:r>
++ <w:pict>
++ <w:binData w:name="wordml://02000001.jpg" xml:space="preserve">
++ </w:binData>
++ </w:pict>
++ </w:r>
++ <aml:annotation aml:id="7" w:type="Word.Comment.End"/>
++ <w:r>
++ <aml:annotation aml:id="7" w:type="Word.Comment" aml:author="juanmf" aml:createdate="2012-10-16T00:32:00Z" w:initials="j">
++ <aml:content></aml:content>
++ </aml:annotation>
++ </w:r>
++ -->
++ <xsl:template match="w:binData[ancestor::w:r[1]/following-sibling::aml:annotation[@w:type='Word.Comment.End']]" priority="1">
++ <xsl:variable name="commentId" select="ancestor::w:r[1]/following-sibling::aml:annotation[@w:type='Word.Comment.End']/@aml:id" />
++ <xsl:variable name="nodeSelector" select="ancestor::w:r[1]/following-sibling::w:r/aml:annotation[@w:type='Word.Comment' and @aml:id=$commentId]/aml:content" />
++
++ <xsl:variable name="media-type">
++ <xsl:text>image/</xsl:text>
++ <xsl:call-template name="RetrieveMediaSubtype">
++ <xsl:with-param name="name" select="@w:name"/>
++ </xsl:call-template>
++ </xsl:variable>
++ <xsl:value-of select="concat('url(&quot;data:', $media-type, ';base64,{$', $nodeSelector, '}&quot;)')"/>
++ </xsl:template>
++
+ <!-- =========================================== -->
+ <!-- Auxiliary information for image processing. -->
+ <!-- =========================================== -->
+@@ -1133,6 +1280,9 @@
+ <xsl:when test="@w:type='Word.Insertion' ">
+ <xsl:apply-templates select="aml:content/*"/>
+ </xsl:when>
++ <!--xsl:when test="@w:type='Word.Comment' ">
++ <xsl:apply-templates select="aml:content/*" mode="xslt"/>
++ </xsl:when-->
+ <xsl:otherwise/>
+ </xsl:choose>
+ </xsl:template>
+@@ -1148,6 +1298,7 @@
+ <xsl:otherwise/>
+ </xsl:choose>
+ </xsl:template>
++
+ <!-- ========= -->
+ <!-- Footnotes -->
+ <!-- ========= -->
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142 reportPlugin/lib/LayoutManager.php
@@ -0,0 +1,142 @@
+<?php
+
+/*
+ * This file is part of the reportPlugin package.
+ * (c) 2011-2012 Juan Manuel Fernandez <juanmf@gmail.com>
+ *
+ * For the full copyright and license information, please view the LICENSE
+ * file that was distributed with this source code.
+ */
+
+/**
+ * This class manages the entire report generation process. Passing controll to
+ * the corresponding objects in each report generation Step.
+ *
+ * @author Juan Manuel Fernandez <juanmf@gmail.com>
+ * @see LogicalScreenCallbacks, BasicView, Renderer, LayoutManager::render()
+ */
+class LayoutManager
+{
+ /**
+ * Holds a reference to the root BasicView representing a rendering report.
+ * @var BasicView
+ */
+ protected $_basicView = null;
+
+ private static $_instance = null;
+
+ private $_defCompositeView = null;
+
+ private $_defView = null;
+
+ /**
+ * Instantiate the singleton
+ */
+ private function __construct()
+ {
+ }
+
+ /**
+ * Get the singleton
+ *
+ * @return LayoutManager
+ */
+ public static function getInstance()
+ {
+ if (null === self::$_instance) {
+ self::$_instance = new LayoutManager();
+ return self::$_instance;
+ }
+ return self::$_instance;
+ }
+
+ /**
+ * <pre>
+ * implementes the three steps to render a report.
+ * . 1) Call the user callback that returns logicalScreen, a XML with all the
+ * . data required by the report.
+ * . 2) Splits logicalScreen according to report structure and inanstantiate
+ * . the compositeView structure of this report, asigning to each view:
+ * . a) Its portions of data in a DOMDocument. (optained from logicalScreen
+ * . with xPath queries)
+ * . b) Its structural XSLT capable of transformin (a) into the structure
+ * . of a portion of this report (as a Formated Object -FO- sheet).
+ * . c) Its style XSLT capable of adding style to this portion of the
+ * . report, that is, to the FO generated in (b).
+ * . Then render the whole tree generating the FO describing the entire
+ * . report in a botton-up recursive fashion.
+ * . 3) Process the rendered FO translating it in any possible output format.
+ * . This task is delegated to a Renderer object.
+ * .If XSLT are made with care, and the report decomposed coherently. They
+ * .could be reused in similar reports.
+ * </pre>
+ *
+ * @param array $config The configuration Array from sfExportConfig.yml
+ * @param sfWebResponse $response The Response object provided by the action
+ * @param DomDocument $logicalScreen Optional. A DomDocument with RawData,
+ * its supposed to replace Step1 results, if present, Step1 is bypassed.
+ *
+ * @return mixed The report in any format, as described in current configuration.
+ * @see %sf_plugins_dir%/reportPlugin/config/sfExportConfig.yml
+ */
+ public function render(
+ array $config, sfWebResponse $response, DomDocument $logicalScreen = null
+ ) {
+
+ /**
+ * Step 1
+ * Generates the XML input data.
+ */
+ if (null === $logicalScreen) {
+ $logicalScreen = $this->createLogicalScreen($config);
+ }
+
+ /**
+ * Step 2
+ * Merges the XSL-FO template with the input data by processing the XSLT
+ * Actually the XSLT should containf the FO tags and <xls:> tags that
+ * handles the step1 generated xml.
+ */
+ $composite = CompositeFactory::getComposite($config, $logicalScreen);
+ $xslFo = $composite->render();
+
+ /**
+ * Step 3
+ * $xslFo should contain de FO representation of the finished report.
+ * Step 3 consists in generating the phisical representation, either FO
+ * HTML, PDF, xls, or anything else...
+ */
+ return Renderer::getInstance($config)->renderReport($xslFo, $response);
+ }
+
+ /**
+ * Calls user defined methos to generate input data. We call it with two
+ * params:
+ * <ul>
+ * <li>Hardcoded config param, or null</li>
+ * <li>Custom Options Array, should be present in the 'options' request
+ * parameter, or an empty array()</li>
+ * </ul>
+ *
+ * @param array $config The configuration Array from sfExportConfig.yml
+ * T
+ *
+ * @return type
+ * @see %sf_plugins_dir%/reportPlugin/config/sfExportConfig.yml
+ * @see LayoutManager::render()
+ */
+ public function createLogicalScreen(array $config)
+ {
+ PathsUtils::setPaths();
+ $logicalScreen = call_user_func(
+ $config['step1']['logical_screen_callback'],
+ (isset($config['step1']['callback_params'])
+ ? $config['step1']['callback_params']
+ : null
+ ),
+ $config['options']
+ );
+ PathsUtils::deleteTmpChartFiles();
+ return $logicalScreen;
+ }
+}
103 .../RenderStep1/ChartsStrategy/ReportsChartUtils/ListPersonasEdad/ListPersonasEdadCharts.php
@@ -0,0 +1,103 @@
+<?php
+
+/*
+ * This file is part of the reportPlugin package.
+ * (c) 2011-2012 Juan Manuel Fernandez <juanmf@gmail.com>
+ *
+ * For the full copyright and license information, please view the LICENSE
+ * file that was distributed with this source code.
+ */
+
+/**
+ * All Chart related stuff from ListPersonasEdad Report should be here
+ * So PathsUtils contains less anoying code.
+ *
+ * @author Juan Manuel Fernandez <juanmf@gmail.com>
+ */
+class ListPersonasEdadCharts
+{
+ /**
+ * Creates a Chart Image with the count(Year(fecha_nacimiento))
+ *
+ * @param DomDocument $qResult The query result
+ *
+ * @return string with the binary stream of a png picture.
+ * @see listadoPersonasXedad()
+ */
+ public static function listadoPersonasXedadCreateChart(DomDocument $qResult)
+ {
+ // Todo: add chart to /result/chart
+ $xPath = new DOMXPath($qResult);
+ $countedNodes = $xPath->query('/result/Persona_Collection/Persona/counted/text()');
+ $count = array();
+ foreach ($countedNodes as $node) {
+ $count[] = $node->nodeValue;
+ }
+ $fechaNodes = $xPath->query('/result/Persona_Collection/Persona/years/text()');
+ $years = array();
+ foreach ($fechaNodes as $node) {
+ $years[] = $node->nodeValue;
+ }
+ /* Create and populate the pData object */
+ $myData = new pData();
+ $myData->addPoints($count, "Years");
+ $myData->setSerieDescription("Years", "Año de Nacimiento de las personas");
+
+ /* Define the absissa serie */
+ $myData->addPoints($years, "Labels");
+ $myData->setAbscissa("Labels");
+
+ $myPicture = self::listadoPersonasXedadConfigChart($myData);
+
+ /* Create the pPie object */
+ $pieChart = new pPie($myPicture, $myData);
+
+ /* Draw AA pie chart */
+ $pieChart->draw2DPie(200, 100, array("Border" => TRUE));
+
+ /* Write a legend box under the 1st chart */
+ $pieChart->drawPieLegend(90, 176, array("Style" => LEGEND_BOX, "Mode" => LEGEND_HORIZONTAL));
+
+ /* Render the picture (choose the best way) */
+ $fname = PathsUtils::createChartFileName();
+ $myPicture->render($fname);
+
+ $picFile = file_get_contents($fname);
+
+ return $picFile;
+ }
+
+ /**
+ * Sets fonts and sizes
+ *
+ * @param pData $myData People's Years data
+ *
+ * @return pImage the Chart Image Box
+ */
+ protected static function listadoPersonasXedadConfigChart($myData)
+ {
+ /* Create the pChart object */
+ $myPicture = new pImage(300, 230, $myData);
+
+ /* Write the picture title */
+ $myPicture->setFontProperties(
+ array("FontName" => PathsUtils::$chartFontsDir . "/Silkscreen.ttf", "FontSize" => 6)
+ );
+ $myPicture->drawText(
+ 10, 13, "Recuento de Años de nacimiento",
+ array("R" => 255, "G" => 255, "B" => 255)
+ );
+
+ /* Set the default font properties */
+ $myPicture->setFontProperties(
+ array(
+ "FontName" => PathsUtils::$chartFontsDir . "/Forgotte.ttf",
+ "FontSize" => 10,
+ "R" => 80,
+ "G" => 80,
+ "B" => 80,
+ )
+ );
+ return $myPicture;
+ }
+}
62 reportPlugin/lib/RenderStep1/ChartsStrategy/ReportsChartUtils/PathsUtils.php
@@ -0,0 +1,62 @@
+<?php
+
+/*
+ * This file is part of the reportPlugin package.
+ * (c) 2011-2012 Juan Manuel Fernandez <juanmf@gmail.com>
+ *
+ * For the full copyright and license information, please view the LICENSE
+ * file that was distributed with this source code.
+ */
+
+/**
+ * Contains temporary paths generation and deletion logic
+ *
+ * @author Juan Manuel Fernandez <juanmf@gmail.com>
+ */
+class PathsUtils
+{
+ public static $chartFontsDir = '/../vendor/pChart2.1.3/fonts';
+ public static $chartPicsDir = '/../ChartPictures';
+ public static $tmpFilesToDelete = array();
+
+ /**
+ * Convenience method to track temp filenames and delete them after used.
+ * I.e. just before starting Step2
+ *
+ * @return string the file name to use.
+ * @see LayoutManager::render()
+ */
+ public static function createChartFileName()
+ {
+ $tstmp = microtime(true);
+ $fName = self::$chartPicsDir . "/chart-$tstmp.png";
+ self::$tmpFilesToDelete[] = $fName;
+ return $fName;
+ }
+
+ /**
+ * Convenience method to delete generated files after being used.
+ * I.e. just before starting Step2
+ *
+ * @return void
+ * @see LayoutManager::render()
+ */
+ public static function deleteTmpChartFiles()
+ {
+ foreach (self::$tmpFilesToDelete as $fileName) {
+ unlink($fileName);
+ }
+ self::$tmpFilesToDelete = array();
+ }
+
+ /**
+ * Sets paths that comes handy with charts.
+ *
+ * @return void
+ */
+ public static function setPaths()
+ {
+ self::$chartFontsDir = __DIR__ . self::$chartFontsDir;
+ self::$chartPicsDir = __DIR__ . self::$chartPicsDir;
+ }
+}
208 reportPlugin/lib/RenderStep1/LogicalScreenCallbacks.php
@@ -0,0 +1,208 @@
+<?php
+
+/*
+ * This file is part of the reportPlugin package.
+ * (c) 2011-2012 Juan Manuel Fernandez <juanmf@gmail.com>
+ *
+ * For the full copyright and license information, please view the LICENSE
+ * file that was distributed with this source code.
+ */
+
+/**
+ * This class helps in the Step1 of a three steps Process.
+ *
+ * The process consists of the following steps:
+ * <ol>
+ * <li>Step 1 consists in generating the XML bsaed raw data for the report. <b>RawXMLData</b></li>
+ * <li>Step 2 consists in merging this raw data with a XSL-FO template to give it
+ * the presentation information. XSL-FO acts as an intermediate language used
+ * to render the final reportin any format with a last transformation. <b>XSL-FO</b></li>
+ * <li>Step 3 consists on rendering the XSL-FO representtion (the intermediate
+ * language) of the report to the desired output fromat. <b>FinalReport</b></li></ol>
+ *
+ * This class should be used to add the methods that creates or access the
+ * RawXMLData and returns it to be processed in Step2.
+ *
+ * To help extract data from databse in XML format we have a Doctrine XML Hydrator
+ * you can see a usage example in LogicalScreenCallbacks::helloworld().
+ *
+ * @package ReportPlugin
+ * @author Juan Manuel Fernandez <juanmf@gmail.com>
+ * @see %sf_plugins_dir%/reportPlugin/config/sfExportConfig.yml
+ */
+class LogicalScreenCallbacks
+{
+ /**
+ * Dummy method, this method gets called by LayoutManager::render(). Which
+ * gets informed by the config file sfExportConfig.yml's:
+ * <pre>
+ * .step1:
+ * . logical_screen_callback: [LogicalScreenCallbacks, helloworld] # here is the callback!
+ * . callback_params: ~ # No params this time!
+ * </pre>
+
+ * This method generates the xml data for the 'How to create a simple Report'
+ * topic of the Report Engine tutorial
+ *
+ * @return DomDocument With the XMLRawData that hsould be processed in Step2
+ * @see LayoutManager::render()
+ */
+ public static function howToSimple()
+ {
+ $xml = <<<XML
+<root>
+ <Node>
+ <SubNode>Some Text</SubNode>
+ </Node>
+ <row>
+ <Column>
+ <day>15</day>
+ </Column>
+ <Column>
+ <day>5</day>
+ </Column>
+ <Column>
+ <day>17</day>
+ </Column>
+ </row>
+ <row>
+ <Column>
+ <day>1</day>
+ </Column>
+ <Column>
+ <day>10</day>
+ </Column>
+ <Column>
+ <day>25</day>
+ </Column>
+ </row>
+</root>
+XML;
+ $q = new DOMDocument();
+ $q->loadXML($xml);
+ return $q;
+ }
+
+ /**
+ * Dummy method, this method gets called by LayoutManager::render(). Which
+ * gets informed by the config file sfExportConfig.yml's:
+ * <pre>
+ * .step1:
+ * . logical_screen_callback: [LogicalScreenCallbacks, helloworld] # here is the callback!
+ * . callback_params: ~ # No params this time!
+ * </pre>
+ *
+ * @return DomDocument With the XMLRawData that hsould be processed in Step2
+ * @see LayoutManager::render()
+ */
+ public static function helloworld()
+ {
+ $q = Doctrine_Query::create()
+ ->from('Persona p')
+ ->innerJoin('p.PersonaDomicilio pd')
+ ->innerJoin('pd.Domicilio d')
+ ->innerJoin('d.Localidad l')
+ ->execute(array(), 'xml');
+ /* @var $q DomDocument */
+ /*die(var_dump($q->saveXML())); // To see the XML as a String in the browser*/
+ return $q;
+ }
+
+ /**
+ * Listado de Personas.
+ *
+ * @return DomDocument With the XMLRawData that hsould be processed in Step2
+ * @see LogicalScreenCallbacks::helloworld(), LayoutManager::render()
+ */
+ public static function listadoPersonas()
+ {
+ // die(var_dump(func_get_args()));
+ $q = Doctrine_Query::create()
+ ->from('Persona p')
+ ->innerJoin('p.PersonaDomicilio pd')
+ ->innerJoin('pd.Domicilio d')
+ ->innerJoin('d.Localidad l')
+ ->limit(20)
+ ->execute(array(), 'xml');
+ /* @var $q DomDocument */
+ return $q;
+ }
+
+ /**
+ * Listado de Personas por edad.
+ *
+ * @return DomDocument With the XMLRawData that hsould be processed in Step2
+ * @see LogicalScreenCallbacks::helloworld(), LayoutManager::render()
+ */
+ public static function listadoPersonasXedad()
+ {
+ // $q = Doctrine_Query::create()
+ // ->from('Persona p')
+ // ->innerJoin('p.PersonaDomicilio pd')
+ // ->innerJoin('pd.Domicilio d')
+ // ->innerJoin('d.Localidad l')
+ //// ->select('p.nro_documento, p.nombre, YEAR(p.fecha_nacimiento)')
+ // ->limit(6)
+ // ->execute(array(), 'xml');
+ // /* @var $q DomDocument */
+ //
+ // $birthYearCount = Doctrine_Query::create()
+ // ->from('Persona p')
+ // ->select('YEAR(p.fecha_nacimiento) as years, count(YEAR(p.fecha_nacimiento)) as counted')
+ // ->groupBy('years')
+ // ->orderBy('years')
+ // ->limit(6)
+ // ->execute(array(), 'xml');
+ //
+ // $chart = ListPersonasEdadCharts::listadoPersonasXedadCreateChart($birthYearCount);
+ // $encodedChart = base64_encode($chart);
+ //
+ // $chartNode = $q->createElement('chart', $encodedChart);
+ // $q->documentElement->appendChild($chartNode);
+ $xml = <<<XML
+<root>
+ <Node>
+ <SubNode>Some Text</SubNode>
+ </Node>
+ <date>
+ <day>15</day>
+ <month>6</month>
+ <year>2012</year>
+ </date>
+</root>
+XML;
+ $q = new DOMDocument();
+ $q->loadXML($xml);
+ return $q;
+ }
+
+ /**
+ * TODO: Completar metodo con los dator de Cuadro1
+ *
+ * @param mixed $configParams ConfigParams.
+ * @param array $requestOptions las options de la request.
+ *
+ * @return DomDocument
+ */
+ public static function planillaEstadisticaCuadro1($configParams, array $requestOptions)
+ {
+ $nivelEstablecimientoId = '084cfba4-4d34-102f-8868-001a64ab842a';
+ $mes = $requestOptions['mes'];
+ $anio = $requestOptions['anio'];
+ $edificioEstablecimiento = Doctrine::getTable('EdificioEstablecimiento')
+ ->find($requestOptions['subcue']);
+ // es un docente_id
+ $director = $requestOptions['docente_id'];
+ $nivelEstablecimiento = Doctrine_Core::getTable('NivelEstablecimiento')->find($nivelEstablecimientoId);
+ $nivelId = $nivelEstablecimiento->getNivelTipoEducacion()->getNivelId();
+ $cicloLectivo = sfContext::getInstance()->getUser()->getAttribute('CicloLectivoId');
+ $establecimiento = $nivelEstablecimiento->getEstablecimiento();
+ $nroEstab = $establecimiento->getNumero();
+ $logicalScreen = new DOMDocument();
+ $root = $logicalScreen->createElement('result');
+ $logicalScreen->appendChild($root);
+ $egbNro = $logicalScreen->createElement('EGBNRO', $nroEstab);
+ $root->appendChild($egbNro);
+ return $logicalScreen;
+ }
+}
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+<?php
+
+/*
+ * This file is part of the reportPlugin package.
+ * (c) 2011-2012 Juan Manuel Fernandez <juanmf@gmail.com>
+ *
+ * For the full copyright and license information, please view the LICENSE
+ * file that was distributed with this source code.
+ */
+
+/**
+ * Utility class to turn Arrays into XML, code is almost identical to Doctrine
+ * Hidrator Doctrine_Hydrator_XmlDriver, just that it doesn't need to be a
+ * Doctrine query result
+ *
+ * @author Juan Manuel Fernandez <juanmf@gmail.com>
+ * @see Doctrine_Hydrator_XmlDriver::arrayToXml()
+ */
+class Array2XML
+{
+