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http://issues.apache.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=33801 Summary: FOP 0.20.5 AWTRenderer: Sometimes rendering fails in the middle of a table with no error message Product: Fop Version: 0.20.5 Platform: PC OS/Version: Windows XP Status: NEW Severity: major Priority: P2 Component: awt renderer AssignedTo: firstname.lastname@example.org ReportedBy: [EMAIL PROTECTED] My french team and I work on a Java project and we plan to embed FOP 0.20.5 for the needed print reports. We experience a problem when we are using the AWT renderer with documents that contain tables. Sometimes, a page is "cut" in the middle of a table and its header (fo:region-before) is missing. As far as we have investigated we can say that: * We have neither abnormal output message, nor exception stack trace. * We only experience this problem with the AWT renderer. Using the PCL renderer works fine (but it lacks multibyte characters support that is critical for some of our translated releases). * We only experience this problem on a true printer (we have tried several models from HP and OKI). We never reproduced the problem using a fake printer such as Adobe Acrobat Distiller. * With the FO document (bug.fo) that is attached, we experience the problem 20% of the time when launching the printing from our application (we tried both java.awt.print and javax.print APIs). When using the `fop.bat' script, we experience the problem 100% of the time with the same FO document. fop.bat -fo bug.fo -print We tried JDK 1.4.1_07 and 1.4.2_07. * So far, 100% of the time it happened, tables were involved in the document. * Using the same FO document and the same FOP command line several times may result in having the bug occuring on different pages of the document. The printing does not fail systematically at the same point of the document. I have attached: You can download http://www.guillaumeponce.org/fop/bug.fo.zip The reference FO document we have used to investigate this problem (zipped). You can also download http://www.guillaumeponce.org/fop/bug.pdf It is 12 Mb large. It is an actual 8 pages long paper print that has been scanned. You can see that the problemI describe occured on page 7 out of 8. -- Configure bugmail: http://issues.apache.org/bugzilla/userprefs.cgi?tab=email ------- You are receiving this mail because: ------- You are the assignee for the bug, or are watching the assignee.