Hi Jim,
            I have exactly the same problem, and I've just found a non
elegant, working solution:

I generate my XML file, and then call the command line Fop from within my

Runtime.getRuntime().exec(new String[]{"java.exe", "-cp",
"org.apache.fop.apps.Fop", "-xml" , "c:\\prueba.xml", "-xsl" ,
"c:\\prueba.xsl", "-pdf" , "c:\\prueba.pdf"}); 

As I said, it is NOT elegant, but after sweating for days with problems of
all type doing the elegant thing, I get my beautiful PDF on disk.

Of course you should adapt the names of trhe directories  and the xml and
xsl files.


PS: if someone has an elegant solution I would be happy to use it too. 

>  -----Message d'origine-----
> De :  Jim Urban [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]] 
> Envoyé :      vendredi, 6. juillet 2001 17:09
> Objet :       Need Working Sample
> Hi, I am new to FOP.  I have a servlet which dynamically generates XML.  I
> need to apply an XSL stylesheet containing FO tags to generate a FO
> version of the XML and then I need to run this FO version of the XML
> through FOP (or Driver) so the servlet can return a dynamically created
> PDF to the browser.  Does anyone have a working example of how to do this?
> Only the XSL style sheet containing the FO tags used in the initial
> transform will be on disk.  Please help, I have to get this working.
> Thanks,
> Jim Urban
> Product Manager
> Netsteps Inc.
> Suite 505E
> 1 Pierce Pl.
> Itasca, IL  60143
> Voice:  (630) 250-3045 x2164
> Fax:  (630) 250-3046
> << Fichier: ATT14204.txt>> 

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