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From John Austin <>
Subject Re: PDF "Double Dipping" -- FOP bug?
Date Tue, 17 Sep 2002 05:18:16 GMT
On Thursday 12 September 2002 08:47 pm, you wrote:

I have seen the same behaviour in 2.0.3. Pretty annoying when the most
resource-intensive part of our system has this flaw.

> I know the subject line is pretty stupid, but hell, it's been a long
> day.
> I have started to use Cocoon to generate HTML and PDF output from a
> database.  It works great but I noticed that whenever I generate a PDF
> file the same query always get executed twice, while the equivalent HTML
> generation uses only one request.  This is especially noticeable as one
> of my queries take a minute long.  Cocoon also seem to reprocess the XML
> whenever I ask for the PDF transformation - this is evident from the
> "double spike" in the processing power usage (I am running Windows 2000
> and you can see the two "hills" prominently in the Task Manager)
> I am wondering if I am doing anything wrong, but I noticed that it seems
> to be doing the same thing even to the hello.pdf example on a fresh,
> plain installation of Tomcat/Cocoon.
> This leads me to wonder: is this a bug in FOP?  Has anyone seen/solve
> this?
> Thanks in advance!
> Paul
> p.s. Tomcat 4.0.4, Cocoon 2.0.3, Windows 2000 & Windows XP, JDK1.4 &
> 1.3.1

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