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From "Przybilla, Frank" <frank.przybi...@maxess.de>
Subject AW: FOP In Latest Cocoon Releases
Date Wed, 25 Sep 2002 13:05:55 GMT
Hello to all cocoon users,

I also have big troubles with fop in cocoon-2.01,cocoon-2.02, cocoon-2.03.

Everything is working fine with fop-0.20.3 as a standalone application
but integrated into cocoon there is sometimes a strange behavior.

My problem occurs especially in conjunction with the generation of fop
tables and hyphenation of long
text in table-cells. The output produced with fop in cocoon is sometimes
messing around the characters of a word.

What I have tested so far, is that there is a problem with Xalan-2.2.0.jar,
Xerces-1.4.4.jar
which are used in these cocoon versions. When you run fop with these jars
then you are faced
to the same problems in fop  as a stand alone application. So in fact the
problem is not cocoon itself,
but the used versions of Xerces and Xalan.

Has anybody an idea where this comes from? Is there a way to solve these
problems?

Thanks and best regards.

Frank



-----Urspr√ľngliche Nachricht-----
Von: Skladovs, Victor [mailto:Skladov@his.de]
Gesendet: Mittwoch, 25. September 2002 11:42
An: cocoon-users@xml.apache.org
Betreff: FOP In Latest Cocoon Releases


Dear Friends!

I am working with Cocoon and producing my pdf files (mostly
tables) with fop integrated in it.
But I am forced to use a relatively old version of Cocoon
(Cocoon-2.0rc1), because ONLY with this release all my pdf tables are
being correctly shown .I mean columns and row headers etc.
When being generating with any of the following versions of cocoon
(2.0.1, 2.0.2, 2.0.3), very many of my tables are being shown
incorrectly (especially, column and row headers), although compiled
simply from command line with, say, fop-0.20.3, used in Cocoon-2.0.3,
they look
fine!
Then, on advice of a fop-users-list member, I've compiled my fo file
from the command line, BUT using all necessary jar file from the cocoon
and tomcat directory. The pdf's are good!
It seems like something else in cocoon must be preventing it's fop to
work correctly.

Has anybody already faced this problem? What does the correct work of
Cocoon-fop depend on? What could I do to make the latest Cocoon releases
to work correctly, as fop concerns?

Thanks for your help!
Regards,
Viktor


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