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From beyaNet Consultancy <>
Subject SVG Bug.....
Date Tue, 24 Feb 2004 11:46:15 GMT
having worked with SVG generation solidly for over one week now, I am 
convinced that there is a bug with the process. If your browser makes a 
request for one image which is svg'd then a java alert is thrown, 
before the first image is displayed, which says 
(org.apache.catalina.startup.Bootstrap). The browser then hangs while 
waiting for the second image which never gets displayed and is shown as 
a broken image. If you quit the java alert this causes Tomcat to 
shutdown, and the only way to restart the server after that is to 
reboot the machine. Any ideas?

The process I have been doing is reading a bytea from postgreSQL into a 
java byte[], and then converting that into base 64. From here the 
base64 string is used to create an svg. The image sizes of the images 
read into the postgreSQL table are 252kb and 223kb respectively. The 
final svg'd rendered image, displayed to the browser is 44kb.

How do I get the bug registered?

Mac OS X 10.3.2
postgreSQL ver 7.4.1
Tomcat ver 5
Cocoon 2.1.4

many thanks in advance

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