Last time I looked at RenderX, I think I saw something that stated or implied that RenderX used FOP or was based on it, hence RenderX is essentially a layer on top of FOP and so will be slower.
It might be worth checking. -----Original Message----- From: Irina Grigorieva [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: 03 April 2002 14:11 To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: FOP performance vs RenderX performance Hi! My apologies if this question has already been discussed or does not fit the forum topic. I try to compare performance of FOP and RenderX, but all I have found out is that FOP formats much faster than RenderX (evaluation version). Unfortunately, RenderX evaluation accepts input/produces output only in file format (filenames as input) and there is no capability to count the actual time of rendering, but the time values is very frustrating.:-( However, I expected RenderX as a commercial product to be more advanced in the speed of processing. Have I missed something important? Can anyone help me? Thanks in advance. BR, Irina.