Changing style sheet for Use Case Documentation - aqualogic.bpm.modeling(Archived)

I've been told that the format of the use case documentation panel is set by a style sheet. We'd like to change the format to the one that's standard for our company.
Any ideas on where the style sheet can be found in the ALBPM folders and what it's name is?

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Pdf creation for rich text content

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I'm using Apex 3.0.1 for my application and I'm wondering as to how I can handle this scenario - I need to create a pdf for the text data which is stored in the database. The content is rich text content having text in different color, font size, font type, web links etc. The database actually stores this data correctly in the database but when I retrieve this in a report using query, the report appears with the same type of the text (as color, font type etc) but if the pdf is created out of it using the print option, the content is different. i.e., the html version of the font features are seen in that rather than those features.
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Hi,
Can someone get me any pointers to deal with this problem?
Thanks,
gsachidh

Default Style for

I've used a seperate style sheet to create different styles for my header text and my body text on the content server side, for records that open up. I now have noticed that the lists don't have a class assigned to them. I need a way to assign them a style I have set up on a style sheet. Does anyone know how to get the ul and ol class tags to take a style from a style sheet that you create. If anything is there a way to set up a default style for all tags that don't have a class assigned to them?
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Tooltips / Screentips Issue with BI Publisher reports

Hello,
I was wondering if anybody could help me with issues I am having getting tooltips/ screen tips to work on report outputs using BI Publisher?
I am currently producing reports in HTML and PDF output formats, using a data-source generated by BI Publisher Enterprise Edition, formatted by an .rtf template built using the Desktop Plugin for MS Word 2003. The requirement is to have a field from the report display with a hyperlink and a screen-tip so that when the mouse hovers over the fields value on the report output it displays the text in a tooltip style popup.
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<?NAME?>
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Again, any advice etc is very much appreciated.
Thanks in advance,
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RTF Template with Dynamic 'Formatted Content' from CLOB Field

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including CSS in xml defination instead of using labelattribute tag every where

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I am creating a report using XMl defination
but i don't wanna type all the font syle color for each field , i want to use css
so that i can include css and use class for
each element just like we use in html/css
i have seen the documentaion , i could'nt find it , can some one help me with example
thanks
Manks
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I think it would be simpler to use just a normal report template that can define the colors and font for the different sections in the report.

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