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From "Scott O'Bryan (JIRA)" <...@myfaces.apache.org>
Subject [jira] [Commented] (TRINIDAD-2276) SVG Charts and Java 7
Date Wed, 20 Jun 2012 22:59:42 GMT

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Scott O'Bryan commented on TRINIDAD-2276:
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Well the data that is processed by the client actually comes from the server.  I'll ping the
guy who originally designed the component to see if he has time to take a look, but I would
invite some other developers to take a look as well.  Maybe at the very least I can get a
comment as to where to start looking.

I know that I, for one, typically use JDK 1.6.  JDK 7 has a lot of great features but it was
released with some issues.

Scott
                
> SVG Charts and Java 7
> ---------------------
>
>                 Key: TRINIDAD-2276
>                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/TRINIDAD-2276
>             Project: MyFaces Trinidad
>          Issue Type: Bug
>          Components: Components
>    Affects Versions: 2.0.1-core
>         Environment: Windows7 or Linux 2.6, Tomcat7, mojarra2 
>            Reporter: Manuel Hartl
>            Priority: Critical
>
> Generating of SVG charts with trinidad's component <tr:chart/> does not work, when
the servlet container is executed in a Java7 runtime environment (tested with 7u4 und 7u5).
> It seems that the generated page (so html or javascript) is rendered in such a way that
some SVG java script function does not work any more.
> Steffen Spahr also has this problem in his project and he did some research on it:
> ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
> Hi,
> today I spent a little time for a deeper analysis of the problem with the
> Trinidad Chart component when using Java 7.
> So I directly compared the behaviour between the working version (based on
> JDK 1.6) and the faulty version (using Java 7) using the
> Java-Script-Debugger of FireBug.
> My entry point was the "ApacheChart.createSVG" - function in the
> ApacheCart1_2_14.js - library.
> Following the function calls in the embedded JavaScript:
> a) ApacheChart.createSVG
> ("j_id24","svgChartj_id24","/ProduktFrontController/adf/svg/chart.svg","width:100%;
>  height:100%;",null);
> ...
> b) var apacheChart = ApacheChart.createChart(type, model, chartId,
> isPerspective, legendPosition);apacheChart.setYMajorGridLineCount(3); ;
> ...
> c) apacheChart.draw();
> I compared the behavior:
> a) ApacheChart.createSVG() could not find a difference
> b) ApacheChart.createChart() could not find a difference
> c) apacheChart.draw(); different behavior
> try
> {
> var a53=a51.getSVGDocument();
> ...
> }
> catch(e)
> leads to an NullPointer Exception, because the result of the function call
> "a51.getSVGDocument()" is null.
> Rem.: This happens only if I am using Java 7 on server-side !!!
> I really don't understand why using a different Java version on server-side
> leads to this different / faulty behavior on client-side.
> Any ideas?
> Sincerely
> Steffen
> ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

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