Often documents contain sections in a document where the page numbers are types other than decimal numbers, e.g. lower-case roman numerals. The Object Management Group (OMG) specifications and submission documents are examples of this where the front matter pages are numbered in lower case roman numerals and the remaining document pages are numbered as decimal numbers. When this transition occurs, the decimal numbers restart at one.
When mixed number types are used on the pages, the Table of Contents, Table of tables and table of figures reveal decimal numbers for all pages and not the appropriate number type.
11/25/2019 - Chris Klotz will be working with JPL to resolve this issue. It seems to work on the JPL server but not on the server provided by NoMagic
Will pursue solution of not including roman numeral numbered clauses in TOC. This was one of two suggestions to provide an alternative to fixing in CSS by working with Prince (CSS tool vendor)
Discussed at SST track lead meeting. Ed said this will not be an issue with the Submission document.
Also, since section 0 is removed in the final specification it will not be an issue there also.