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From <ian.co...@external.electrabel.com>
Subject Question concerning user patch
Date Fri, 14 Oct 2011 11:05:23 GMT

We've been using (or trying to use the patch created by Ben Wuest found in this post:

We do this because we have tables which stretch multiple pages, are dynamic and this patch
also seems to introduce real flushing after a page-sequence.
Are there any other users which are/have using/used this patch?
We're running one issue, after the first page, there's a extra page-break inserted, resulting
in a blank second page, except for the header and footer of the previous page-sequence.
We've successfully applied the patch, and are able to generate normal page-sequences with
the option break-after="page".  This already showed a significant memory consumption improvement.

Are there any out there with experience with this patch?
Any help would be greatly appreciated!

Kind regards,

Ian Corne
Consultant - Capgemini
Contractor for Electrabel GDF SUEZ
ITS Java
Energy Benelux & Germany
Boulevard Simón Bolívar 34, 1000 Brussels, Belgium

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