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From Andrew Armstrong <andrew_underscore_armstr...@unwired.com.au>
Subject Re: Simple Question can't find in FAQ's
Date Fri, 17 Mar 2006 09:49:24 GMT
Steve,

I've used the Batik rasterizer on IBM's z/OS mainframe operating system 
(which is about as headless as you can get) and it works just fine. As 
long as you are using an implemenation of JDK 1.4 or later you should be 
ok. What JVM version is your "frontrunner" using?.

Cheers,
A.

Steve Vanspall wrote:
> No but some if the server isn't specifically set up for headless mode, 
> then the JVM will throw an exception the moment I try to do anything 
> with AWT.
>
> Will have to enquire with the frontrunner in our list of potential 
> hosts to check see if they support it or not.
>
>
> Steve
>
> Cameron McCormack wrote:
>
>> Steve Vanspall:
>>  
>>
>>> ahh right,
>>>
>>> thanks that asnwers my question, will look for another solution.
>>>
>>> figure since jpeg in the end are just bytes, someone would be come 
>>> up with a completely non graphical way of creating them.
>>>   
>>
>> Why can you not rely on the AWT classes?  Do you want to run the
>> rasterizer in an environment where you don't have the standard Java
>> classes available?
>>
>>  
>>
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