PDF::Writer and table columns

I’ve just started using the PDF::Writer and am having some trouble with
table columns. When the PDF renders the columns of the table are not
ordered by the column_order. With my test data I have three tables with
each table having a different column order and the last one being
correct.
The order of te first two columns on every table is consistent.

Here’s a sample of the code:

table.column_order = %w(t field old new changed)

table.columns[“t”] = PDF::SimpleTable::Column.new(“t”) {|col|
heading = PDF::SimpleTable::Column::Heading.new
heading.title = “T”
col.heading = heading
}
#repeat this for each of the columns

#to load the data
data = []
rows.each{ |row|
data << {“t” => row.change_type,
“field” => row.field_name,
“old” => row.old_value,
“new” => row.new_value,
“changed” => row.changed_at}
}

I hope it’s a case of “been staring at this for too long”.

thanks,
andy

On 17/01/06, Andrew S. [email protected] wrote:

I’ve just started using the PDF::Writer and am having some trouble with
table columns. When the PDF renders the columns of the table are not
ordered by the column_order. With my test data I have three tables with
each table having a different column order and the last one being correct.
The order of te first two columns on every table is consistent.

I’m not seeing anything wrong with your sample code. Can you provide
me a more complete sample with sample data? If this is business
related, you can email it to me directly. It may also be worth seeing
the output you’re getting.

-austin

Thank you Austin.

-andy

On 17/01/06, Austin Z. [email protected] wrote:

On 17/01/06, Andrew S. [email protected] wrote:

I’ve just started using the PDF::Writer and am having some trouble with
table columns. When the PDF renders the columns of the table are not
ordered by the column_order. With my test data I have three tables with
each table having a different column order and the last one being correct.
The order of te first two columns on every table is consistent.

I have reopened bug item #2129, which describes the necessary patch. I
will hopefully be able to provide a patched version soon; I am trying
to track down a number of issues introduced in several adopted
patches.

-austin

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