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From MSB <markbrd...@tiscali.co.uk>
Subject Re: DO NOT REPLY [Bug 48962] New: XSSFColor.getRgb() always returns null
Date Wed, 24 Mar 2010 17:13:04 GMT

Thanks for that Nick. This is quite an odd problem as I have had a look at
the xml and sure enough colours are expressed using the sort of RGB notation
I am familiar with from the dark old days of html. What I do not know for
sure however is how the background colour for the cell is defined within the
interlinked series of files in the .xlsx archive. As a result, I cannot be
certain that I am looking at the element that affects the background colour
of a specific cell when I am searching through the xml.

Do you know how xmlbeans 'decides' whether or not it ought to create a
method as it parses the xsds? Does it assume that an element or attribute
should be represented by a method?

Yours

Mark B


Nick Burch-11 wrote:
> 
> On Tue, 23 Mar 2010, MSB wrote:
>> I do not know if the developers of POI have access to the source for the 
>> ooxml-schemas archive as I believe it is developed by another group of 
>> programmers. It may be that the only way to definitively answer your 
>> question is to forward it to those people.
> 
> It's automatically generated using xmlbeans from the microsoft/ecma 
> published xsds for the file formats
> 
> Probably the first thing to do is to create a suitable document, unzip it, 
> and see what actually got written to the file!
> 
> Nick
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