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FOP does not formatting xml to pdf in Jetspeed/Applet, but it works in Java application

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------- Additional Comments From [EMAIL PROTECTED]  2004-05-23 18:30 -------
<Q>
But it only works in Java 
application and not in an java applet or in Jetspeed portlet.
I hope you can help me with a solution by this problem.
</Q>

For applets:  FOP works as a Java application, so will work with Servlets (and
should also with applets, providing the files can be both accessed and written
to.)  (http://xml.apache.org/fop/servlets.html).  This appears to a question
better placed on FOP-USER.  IIRC the Xalan project has a sample Xalan Applet
that can possibly/probably be customized to use FOP--but we don't get many
requests at all for that.

As for Jetspeed, we don't do anything with that product--like Cocoon, they
interface with us, not vice-versa.  If you're having problems getting Jetspeed
to work with FOP--that is something to ask on their user lists, and, if Jetspeed
does not support FOP, then either switch to a product that does or enter an
enhancement request *on Jetspeed* to get their product to support FOP.  As long
as FOP works in a Java application, our part of the job is done--we don't code
for our "consumer" applications, they code for us.
   
xerces <-- xalan  <-- fop  <-- cocoon, jetspeed(?)

Thanks,
Glen

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