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From Roberts Pakalns <robe...@mikrotik.com>
Subject Re: Re: jai or jimi
Date Wed, 09 Jun 2004 19:25:24 GMT
I tried with jimi, but the browser does not show anything and the 
sitemap log shows this:

INFO    (2004-06-09) 22:19.44:219   [sitemap.serializer.fo2pdf] 
(/webapp/!test/howtoqueue.pdf) http8080-Processor24/FOTreeBuilder: 
building formatting object tree
INFO    (2004-06-09) 22:19.44:219   [sitemap.serializer.fo2pdf] 
(/webapp/!test/howtoqueue.pdf) http8080-Processor24/MessageHandler: 
setting up fonts
INFO    (2004-06-09) 22:19.44:269   [sitemap.serializer.fo2pdf] 
(/webapp/!test/howtoqueue.pdf) http8080-Processor24/PageSequence: [1]
INFO    (2004-06-09) 22:19.44:299   [sitemap.serializer.fo2pdf] 
(/webapp/!test/howtoqueue.pdf) http8080-Processor24/PageSequence: [2]
INFO    (2004-06-09) 22:19.44:339   [sitemap.serializer.fo2pdf] 
(/webapp/!test/howtoqueue.pdf) http8080-Processor24/PageSequence: [2]

I copied the file into cocoon/web-inf/lib and renamed it from 
jimi1_0.zip to jimi1_0.jar. Then I restarted Tomcat. Was that right?

Thanks,
Roberts

J.Pietschmann wrote:

> Roberts Pakalns wrote:
> 
>> Can anyone help me to find a documentation how to use jai or jimi in 
>> cocoon's fop. I just want to see .png pictures in cocoon's generated 
>> PDFs.
> 
> 
> Just install it.
> JAI: Run the installer. You should be set.
> Jimi: Get the zip file rename it into a jar file and put
> it into Cocoon's lib directory.
> 
> You need only one of then for PNG. People reported that having
> installed both might have a detrimental effect in rare
> circumstances.
> 
> J.Pietschmann
> 
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