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            Summary|Generating one Pdf document |Generating one Pdf document
                   |from several xml sources.   |from several xml sources.




------- Additional Comments From [EMAIL PROTECTED]  2006-02-02 16:36 -------
It seems you used FOP 0.20.5 in a way that was not really intended. This
operation has, until now, never been a supported operation. The redesign has
abviously removed the direct possibility to do again what you could do with
0.20.5. However, there are a few points that will help you:

1. Normally, concatenating documents to a single document should be done at XSLT
stage. FOP is designed to take one input document and generate one output
document. If this still you still get memory problem with the latest release if
you process one big document at once instead of multiple separate ones, we'd
like to know about it because this is something that should work. Would you
please do us the favor and retest processing the whole document in normal
fashion using 0.91beta? Thanks.

2. About a month ago, I introduce the "intermediate format". It allows you to
create an XML representation of the formatted document and save that as a file.
You can later reparse these intermediate files and concatenate them to one big
PDF file. If you download the latest FOP from Subversion (FOP Trunk), you can
follow the instructions in [1] to achieve what you want.

[1] http://xmlgraphics.apache.org/fop/trunk/intermediate.html

3. If you subclass org.apache.fop.area.AreaTreeHandler and override its
setupModel method you should be able to reuse the RenderPagesModel instance and
achieve the same effect as with 0.20.5. You will also need to instantiate the
AreaTreeHandler yourself and set it on the FOUserAgent using
setFOEventHandlerOverride(). Note that you need to know what you're doing here. 
 :-)

Good luck!

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