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From Devin Han <>
Subject Re: Simple API
Date Fri, 23 Sep 2011 06:37:35 GMT
Hi Phill,
Congratulations!  You are the first user who ask question after Simple API
moved to Apache. But no gift ;)
Please reference my comment:

2011/9/22 <>

> I can't seem to find any sort of support forum for the Simple API stuff.
> I have just started trying it out and put a simple bit of code in from the
> tutorials
> SpreadsheetDocument doc = SpreadsheetDocument.*newSpreadsheetDocument*();
> Table table = doc.getTableList().get(0);
> Row row = table.getRowByIndex(0);
> row.getCellByIndex(0).setStringValue("one");
> row.getCellByIndex(1).setStringValue("two");
> and it throws an error on stderr, the result actually works. Simple
> .6.6/odf 0.8.7
> 22-Sep-2011 11:48:35
> getTextPropertiesForRead
> INFO: No explicit text properties definition is found!
> The help and everything make no mention of this and google was not very
> helpful and there is nothing in bugzilla.
> It does not seem very simple is the first bit of code I follow from the
> tuttorial throws and error.
> Could you point me in the right direction for getting some help on using
> this product.

> Regards,
> Phill

Don't worry about this log message. It is generated by the method
getTextPropertiesForRead() in
Logger.getLogger(CellStyleHandler.class.getName()).log(Level.INFO, "No
explicit text properties definition is found!", "");

When cell has no text style setting, this log will be printed (maybe we
should change its level to "DEBUG").  But I am sure it's doesn't mean your
code doesn't work well. It's just a tip or warning.

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