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From J├╝rgen Schmidt <>
Subject Re: Not necessary to be open office
Date Fri, 26 Jul 2013 09:22:33 GMT
On 7/22/13 1:25 PM, Prince Soni wrote:
> Hello Melissa, 
>                           no need to be of open office. It could be any easy project
as long as it's related to java.
> Thanx for your reply
> Prince

Hi Prince,

fist of all you should subscribe to our dev@openoffice.apache,org
mailing list because there are the developers who can help and guide
you. Note the reply to ...

I can think of a new project that used OpenOffice and put some server
infrastructure around it. In detail I am think about a well defined and
specified webservice that allow to convert documents from one format
into another.

Such a project would have different parts

1. specifying and implementing an intuitive webservice API
2. specifying and implementing a server infra structure that can handle
multiple incoming request and dispatch these request on 1-n office
instances. Due to threading problems it is recommended to use one
instance for one conversion job. The number of office instances can be
configured or will be calculated based on the number of incoming requests.
3. thinking about a clever mechanism to kill and restart an office
instance from time to time to prevent too much memory consumption
because of memory leaks (that are not easy to find and to fix ;-) )

What do you think can this be interesting for you?


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