Persisting problem :

the file is really present in C:/fop-0.20.3/GRAPH/Fig000.TIF,
and jimi-1.0.jar is in lib too ;

moreover my fo code is :

<fo:block >
    <fo:block >
        <fo:external-graphic src="file:///C:/fop-0.20.3/GRAPH/Fig001.tif"/>
        Modification Description FIGURE 1

where the 3  '/' are.

and the same fo is running well with the 0.20.2 version.

Quite difficult to accept !

Thank you anyway
----- Original Message -----
From: "J.Pietschmann" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
Sent: Thursday, March 28, 2002 9:13 PM
Subject: Re: Very bizarre

> Rodolphe VAGNER wrote:
> > I think it is ; for more information here is the error message I have :
> > [ERROR]: Could not load external SVG: The markup in the document
> > following the root element must be well-formed.
> > [ERROR]: Error while creating area : No ImageReader for this type of
> > image (file:/C:/fop-0.20.3/)
> > [ERROR]: Error while creating area : Error creating FopImage object
> > (Error creating FopImage object (file:/C:/fop-0.20.3/GRAPH/Fig000.TIF) :
> > org.apache.fop.image.JimiImage
> This is indeed somewhat bizarre. However, my automated problem picker
> points here:
>  > (Error creating FopImage object (file:/C:/fop-0.20.3/GRAPH/Fig000.TIF)
> What did you supply as the source name?
> I suggest to check whether using a proper absolute URL fixes your
> problem:
>    <fo:external-graphics src="file:///C:/fop-0.20.3/GRAPH/Fig000.TIF"/>
> Note the triple slash. Check also whether the file is indeed
> there, and look for misspellings.
> If this still fails, check whether your last error message continues
> with something like "ClassDefNotFound". In this case, check whether
> there is indeed a jimi.jar in the classpath and present at the place
> where the classpath expects it to be (usually the FOP lib/ directory).
> J.Pietschmann

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