No, seshadri. Can't I call FOP from the servlet too. need the memory buffer for
the servlet...my reports are approx. 300-500 pages and currently I have set my
XMX to 384M....however, I would like to avoid doing that to my app. server.

-Chetan

Dave Frankson wrote:

>     I use FOP solely from a servlet to handle web-based reporting.  Our
> company has a web-based student information system for k-12 schools.
> Currently we are using Access for reporting, but would like to switch to FO.
> We have already written everything to bulk print 3000 student report cards,
> but FOP will choke any server we have.
>
> Dave
>
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Seshadri G.K." <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
> To: <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
> Sent: Saturday, July 07, 2001 1:25 AM
> Subject: running from servlet, is buffering needed?
>
> > I want to know is the memory patch really needed when fop runs from a
> > servelet. Iam sure when it is servelet invoked, the xsl-fo files are much
> > smaller, because some user is waiting to see the files on the browser,
> > unlike commandline where really big files could be used. If that is so,
> then
> > I could commit the memory patch to fop.
> >
> > seshadri
> >
> >
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