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FOP stalls when it is executed by java application

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------- Additional Comments From [EMAIL PROTECTED]  2002-04-22 12:02 -------
The reason is probably that the stderr (or stdout) buffer is full. FOP
writes by default quite a few logging messages. You'll have to read them
or otherwise discard them. If the buffer is full,FOP hangs in an attempt
to write some log output. If the invoking java application is closed, so
are the file handles piping stderr and stdout output, and FOP resumes work.

It is recommended not to use exec() for executing FOP, look at the guidelines
how to embed FOP directly into your Java application.

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