klausT wrote:The template is defined without dots but the resulting document has dots.
I will reply separately regarding the dots..
The test/demo server converter-eval.plutext.com was down; that is now fixed, so it should work now.
To generate page numbers, we need to figure out where the page breaks happen. And for that, you need a page layout model. Docx4j itself does not have that. Instead, it uses the page layouts calculated from the layouts the PDF output process generates.
As you may be aware, there are 2 main ways of getting PDF output. The older cheap & cheerful XSL FO based output, and Plutext's commercial PDF Converter.
The page numbering produced by Plutext's commercial PDF Converter is much faster, and more accurate.
But you can use the XSL FO based approach if you wish, just by adding the relevant jar.
If you do decide to use the commercial PDF Converter, please install your own instance. converter-eval.plutext.com is only intended to give interested people an easy way to try some of their own documents, so they can get a sense of whether it is likely to be worth their while to install their own instance.
You can download a package for your OS from http://converter-eval.plutext.com/
Hope that makes sense.
cheers .. Jason