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PDF::Table and HTML::Table

by imrags (Monk)
on Jul 20, 2009 at 08:32 UTC ( #781566=perlquestion: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??
imrags has asked for the wisdom of the Perl Monks concerning the following question:

This is like a continuation to my prev. question.
I managed to parse html, and also populate pdf tables (separately).
Now, i need to combine them and merge the html table content that i've to generate pdf content i need.
I've written some code, this generates blank pdf along with some runtime errors/warnings
Odd number of elements in hash assignment at E:/Perl/site/lib/PDF/Tabl +e.pm line 230.
This is my code (a part of it):
use PDF::API2; use PDF::Table; use HTML::Parser; use HTML::TableExtract; $final_content = '<table border='1' width='50%' align='center'><tr><td +><strong>Customer</td><td><strong>Total Samples</td><td><strong>SL Vi +olations</td><td><strong>Avg Availability</td></tr><tr><td> All Customers</td><td>183867</td><td>2102</td><td>98.85</td> </td></tr></table><br><p><strong><h2><center>Customers Below 90% Avail +able</center></h2></p><table border='1' width='50%' align='center'><t +r><td><strong>Customer</td><td><strong>Total Samples</td><td><strong> +SL Violations</td><td><strong>Availability</td></tr> <tr><td>CD date </td><td>2256</td><td>913</td><td>59.53 %</td></tr> <tr><td>QK - data</td><td>289</td><td>61</td><td>78.89 %</td></tr> <tr><td>MW - verw</td><td>187</td><td>34</td><td>81.81 %</td></tr> <tr><td>FY - werds</td><td>228</td><td>30</td><td>86.84 %</td></tr> <tr><td>1dsfew - text</td><td>1064</td><td>124</td><td>88.34 %</td></t +r> <tr><td>1Zdfe - down</td><td>435</td><td>48</td><td>88.96 %</td></tr> <tr><td>1vds - Corp</td><td>563</td><td>61</td><td>89.16 %</td></tr> <tr><td>8Zer - Szerw</td><td>288</td><td>29</td><td>89.93 %</td></tr> </tr></table>'; #### this i get from earlier part of program $te = HTML::TableExtract->new( headers => ["Customer","Total Samples", +"SL Violations","Availability"]); $te->parse($final_content); #this is the content i pass my $page=0; my $tabs=0; foreach $ts ($te->tables) { print "Table (", join(',', $ts->coords), "):\n"; $page++; foreach $row ($ts->rows) { $t=join(",",@$row); my @row_ele = split(/,/,$t); push(@arr,[@row_ele]); #potential problem line, need to pus +h the rows into an array, i think it returns a reference print "@row_ele"."\n"; } } my $pdftable = new PDF::Table; my $pdf = new PDF::API2(-file => "New.pdf"); # $some_data=[[1,2,3],[2,3,4]];########data needed in this format +to print in pdf table for($k=0;$k<$page;$k++) { print "page is now $k\n"; my $page = $pdf->page(1); $pdftable->table( # required params $pdf, $page, @{$arr[$k]}, #############Problem line, not proper, some mist +ake -x => 10, -start_y => 500, -next_y => 700, -start_h => 300, -next_h => 500, # some optional params -w => 570, -padding => 5, -padding_right => 10, -background_color_odd => "white", -background_color_even => "yellow", #cell background color fo +r even rows ); } $pdf->save;
I've marked potential problem lines...script genereates a pdf file called New.pdf
Where have i gone wrong?
One more thing: the documentation says the data to be printed in PDF table needs to be 2 Dimensional array.
UPDATE:: SOlved the problem, it was the array reference. (as pointed out by Anonymous).
Raghu

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Re: PDF::Table and HTML::Table
by Anonymous Monk on Jul 20, 2009 at 11:48 UTC
    The documentation says table($pdf, $page_obj, $data, %opts) so give it
    $arr[$k],# 2D arrayref of text strings # ^^^^^^^^ # ||||||||

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