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From Thomas.Schmitt.ext...@HVBSystems.com
Subject AW: Performance: Caching Fonts, stylesheets
Date Fri, 02 Dec 2005 08:18:29 GMT
Thanks, I will give it a try. 
 
We are pre-generating the FO using RTFtoFO. Do you think that parsing is the
bottleneck ? 
Actually I do some preprocesssing using a DOM tree of the same FO and this
is pretty fast, so there seems something else going on.
 
Are there any hints, that FOP 0.9 will be speed up the processing ?
 
Best, 
Tom 

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Von: Sascha Schmidt [mailto:contact@northbit.de] 
Gesendet: Donnerstag, 1. Dezember 2005 16:49
An: fop-users@xmlgraphics.apache.org
Betreff: RE: Performance: Caching Fonts, stylesheets


Hi,
 
FOP is not using any stylesheet to render a pure XSL-FO document into PDF.
Do you create a temporary XSL-FO file with RTF2FO or are you sending
SAX-Events or a DOM to FOP? 
 
BTW, we are also distributing an RTF to XSL-FO processor, called JFO, that
already comes with integration for FOP and other renderers. We are sending
SAX-Events to FOP immediatelly after converting from RTF to XSL-FO. This
saves a lot of time, because no XML stream must be parsed. I would be happy
if you could download the latest build of JFO and make some tests. ;-)
 
Cheers,
Sascha
 
 
NORTHBIT
Sascha Schmidt
 <mailto:contact@northbit.de> contact@northbit.de
 <http://www.northbit.de/> www.northbit.de
 

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From: Thomas.Schmitt.extern@HVBSystems.com
[mailto:Thomas.Schmitt.extern@HVBSystems.com] 
Sent: Thursday, December 01, 2005 4:15 PM
To: fop-users@xmlgraphics.apache.org
Subject: Performance: Caching Fonts, stylesheets



Hi, 

currently I try to to increase the performance in my FO2PDF process. 
. 
I have a complex 2 page rtf document, which is converted manually by RTF2FO.
The FO to PDF process takes about 4 secs. 
I am using already a driver pool. 

Removing the true type fonts in the config xml saves approximately 1 second.
Can these fonts be cached somewhow ? 
Is FOP using xslt to render the PDF ? Would a cashed stylesheet then be an
optimization ? 

Is there anything else I can do ? 

Thanx, Thomas 



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