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From Art Welch <ar...@EASTPOINT.COM>
Subject RE: PDF Compression and IE5
Date Tue, 26 Dec 2000 18:08:37 GMT
Have not resolved it yet. If/when I do I will be sure to let the list know.
At the moment it works fine without compression.

There really is not any magic to running FOP in a servlet. Isn't there an
example of this out there somewhere already? If not, you could just take a
CommandLine example, stitch the code into an HttpServlet putting the code
into doGet/doPost and passing response.getOutputStream() for the output. In
the past I had problems with the generated PDF displaying properly, but
since upgrading everything (Acrobat, IE, Windows2000, etc) it has all worked
- until compression :-(

My code would probably not be useful as it is part of a much larger
application (basically a Cocoon like thing).

Art

-----Original Message-----
From: Julian Bright [mailto:julianb@brightsparc.com]
Sent: Saturday, December 23, 2000 12:58 AM
To: fop-dev@xml.apache.org
Cc: Art Welch
Subject: Re: PDF Compression and IE5


Art,

I read your comment regarding the use of FOP in a servlet.  Did you manage
to resolve the issue.  If so, I was wondering if the source for running FOP
in a servlet will be avilable in the CVS distribution, or if not perhaps it
could be added as a sample?

Have a merry Christmas and new year.
Julian.

---------- Original Message ----------------------------------
From: Art Welch <art_w@EASTPOINT.COM>
Reply-To: fop-dev@xml.apache.org
Date: Fri, 22 Dec 2000 17:23:34 -0500

>If I recall correctly someone (Kelly?) had mentioned a short while back
that
>PDF compression did not work with IE5. I downloaded a new FOP from CVS a
>couple of days ago and it appears to still not be working. When I use FOP
in
>a servlet if compression is on then IE yields a blank screen. If I turn
>compression off then I get the correct results. Interestingly if I create a
>PDF file (compressed or not) then I can open it successfully in Acrobat. I
>have not tried accessing the PDF file in IE.
>
>I was just wondering if any progress has been made on this or if there are
>any more insights into this problem.
>
>Have a Merry Christmas,
>Art

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Julian Bright
BrightSparc Technologies
julianb@brightsparc.com
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