On 3/18/2014 11:09 AM, Gonzalo Vasquez wrote:
I'm into that, but I guess there might be some first parts to look before I dig thaaat deep ;)

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El 18-03-2014, a las 9:22, Paul Womack <supp...@papermule.co.uk> escribió:

Gonzalo Vasquez wrote:
Hi everybody,

We've been doing some performance tests using several output formats (PDF, PostScript and AFP), and they al give us about the same time results, which are far from what we expected. I'm aware that there are several bits of Apache FOP which might me tweaked, but any suggestions would be appreciated for improving performance.

Use a profiling tool? Or is that too obvious?


Hi, Gonzalo-

You may want to consider reusing FopFactory and TransformerFactory instances. That would help if multiple documents are generated in a given "run". Also, JVM start time may be included in the performance results.

Using a profiler sounds like a good idea.

-Terence Bandoian

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