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From Scott Moore <Scott.Mo...@netDecide.com>
Subject RE: Fatal Error using Batik in a Servlet
Date Tue, 11 Dec 2001 11:20:48 GMT
Unfortunately, I can't use Batik v1.1 because I'm also using FOP in the same
servlet, which requires an earlier version of Batik.

I don't remember Java crashing with PNG images.  But I remember I couldn't
use PNG images because IE 5.5 didn't display them correctly.  The text
always appeared so faint, it was almost unreadable.  Other image viewers
displayed the PNG correctly, so I don't know what the problem was.

I did work around the crash by creating the image on a ByteArrayOutputStream
and then transfering it to the servlet stream.  Not the ideal solution, but
better than the servlet going down hard.

Thanks,
Scott


-----Original Message-----
From: Thierry Kormann [mailto:tkormann@ilog.fr]
Sent: Tuesday, December 11, 2001 2:48 AM
To: Batik Users; Scott Moore
Subject: Re: Fatal Error using Batik in a Servlet


On Sunday 07 October 2001 17:28, Scott Moore wrote:
> I'm using Batik in a Servlet to create images on the fly using SVG.  Using
> the transcoders (specifically the JPEG), I create a JPEG image and
directly
> write that image to the servlet response output stream.  This all works
> fine until a socket closes prematurely.
>
> Unfortunately, sockets close prematurely all the time in browsers if you
> click off the page before the image is finished rendering.  Sometimes I
> just get a socket closed exception from the code and everything continues
> on fine.  Unfortunately, all too often, I get this:
>

Do you still have the bug with batik1-1 ?
Does the bug appear when rasterizing SVG images in PNG instead of JPG ?

Thierry.



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