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From Josh Micich <josh.mic...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: buffer overrun with certain xls file
Date Thu, 18 Feb 2010 18:28:29 GMT
Please provide a stack trace of the buffer overrun exception.  This
might be enough to help us find the bug but usually more information
is required.

It is most helpful to also provide the sample XLS file that causes
your problem.  If there are confidentiality issues, you might be able
to sanitise the data (change/delete private info) while making sure
that the problem is still reproducible.  If you fail to achieve a
fully sanitised workbook, you will at least have learned which
modifications cause the problem to go away.

Some other details that might be critical are the exact modifications
you made to the workbook via POI before calling wb.write() (i.e. send
some simple java code that reproduces the problem).  You should also
experiment with reducing the sample code to the bare minimum that
still reproduces the bug.

The best place to put all this information is in a new bugzilla entry.

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