Because SVG is vector graphics, you don't have to resize the whole contents
but only the viewBox, as you've already stated.
In this case, Batik would be overkill in my opinion: a simple XML
manipulation workflow would be sufficient:
1. open SVG (XML) document;
a quality difference, one or two pairs of screenshots
between same content in the two environments would quite improve the
A Sáb, 17/08/2019, 06:54, John-Val Rose
> Does anyone know why there appears to be a noticeable degradation in both
Hi Batik users,
Hi minh tuan,
I'm doing an applet which can print svg sttring to printer.
But when i use PrinterJob and set printable is PrintTranscoder then
print, it has error with sun class unknown source.
Could i use PrintTranscoder in applet ? or i wrong in something ?
You must use the
The download link seems to be down.
Clicking the binary distribution (first download link) takes me to
which isn't there. I've tried a few different
What's in classes but not in the JARs is the
org/apache/batik/ext/awt/image/codec/imageio subtree, which neatly
explains why image rendering fails when it's absent.
Is it a bug in the build.xml that this subtree is omitted?
Yes, this was a regression introduced with the already
Am a new user of Batik Tool-Kit I wish to create a Graph or Chart object
with X-Y axis, axis labels, legends panel?
Is there any class within the tool-kit for the same?
Batik is neutral in terms of target usage. If you really intend doing
charts, I'd suggest JFreeCharts
I've recently forked and resurrected the GLIPS project which is an SVG editor
that uses Batik,
for my own use and code is now on github:
Those are great news, I've always liked GLIPS and was
Is there a workaround/fix for the following build failure message?
A workaround was already proposed by you . ;-)
It seems that this is a year-old bug, started in the 1.7 build jars.
Apparently it started way before that. I could trace related changes
to around 2003...
We don't support the CSS hover property. You can achieve the same basic
effect with script however.
After the good hint from Thomas, you might be interested in taking a
look at the project status  to check for other possible things with
limited support and/or known
I just tried to compile batik svn from today with Oracle JDK 7u3 (on Windows,
under cygwin) and it failed with multiple errors of the form
error: package com.sun.image.codec.jpeg does not exist
It works with Sun JDK 1.6.0_20.
Right. A quick research showed that it appears to
Any suggestions why the image don't work with batik 1.7 ?
I tried with Batik 1.8 trunk version and here are some hints:
* attempt to prototype things is apparently confusing Rhino
* window.* methods (like innerWidth/Height) are not supported and
but in batik version 1.7 the file gets erros and cannot displayed correctly
Just checked in Batik 1.8-pre (development version) and confirmed that
the problem is the doctype being used: it isn't supposed that quotes
are escaped (as quot;) at that point. Replacing the
How is it possible to create multiple page pdf using batik PDFTranscoder?
My SVG file is very big and I wish to convert it to multiple pages in pdf to
print it across mutiple pages
If you crawled through the mailing lists, you'd find a couple
interesting threads  .
The same day, last Friday the 12th of August, it just stopped working. It
seems that it can’t generate a file in the temp folder.
I have looked into the log, and I see this error message:
[15-Aug-2011 12:06:08] PHP Warning: shell_exec() [a
I´m looking for a solution to convert an svg (batik) to DXF.
On the other hand I start thinking about doing this by myself.
What could be an a approach - writing a transcoder or using the GVT Tree ?
Although the name is somehow misleading, taking a look at the
One way to do it...assumes the file was read and placed into a byte array by
loadMyFile() (your implementation).
All fluff and exception handling removed, but the basic sequence is:
Apart from this (good) suggestion, note that SVG also has an import
mechanism, namely the
quick note at first: I send this question to the mailing list last week.
Today I saw that there was a verification mail for subscription. I don't
know if my first email has been broadcastet through the mailing list.
Yes it did . ;-)
If the first mail
Effectively, the problem
appears to be that under some circumstances, text-anchor: middle does not
work, and instead aligns the text somewhat in the text-advance direction of
where it ought to be; specifically, in the figure below, the line should
bisect all three tspans, but
Thanks for your reply.
We are using the batik library which is downloadable form the download page.
So I downloaded the binary distribution for JRE 1.4+ and there we are using
all the jar files in the lib folder (batik-anim.jar,
I want to
I want to use batik within my OSGi application. Are there already bundle
versions of the batik library available?
Do you mean the ones available in the download page ? Note that you
have instructions about source code access there as well.
Also, Cameron has been
Hi All, Pahonel Laviniu and Helder Maglhaes,
I have the same problem with Batik Bug Report 44151, which is reported
by Pahonel Laviniu
And also reported by Helder Maglhaes at 2009-5-15.
I didn't report the issue, I just updated its summary .
I am wondering
BATIK RASTERIZER under Linux is not rendering TEXT
Anyone please have any ideea what can be wrong with this ?
It's funny that's under Linux and you provide almost no information
(Java vendor, JDK/JRE version, Linux flavor - remember there are
dozens!, Batik version, etc.) but it
In the scope of bug 46434 , I believe it was highly desired to have
user feedback about this.
It's great to see user expressing their feedback, thanks! :-)
FYI, Java 5 is already end of life as well, http://java.sun.com/j2se/1.5/
Yeah, but Java for Business releases will
In the scope of bug 46434 , I believe it was highly desired to have
user feedback about this. To sum up, the question is which Java
version are you using and/or, tightly related, whether you'd agree to
raise the minimum version to Java 1.5.
Note that currently in 1.8-pre (trunk
Thanks for your reply! I've been finally able to fix the problem. However I
don't think that the patch provided on Bugzilla works.
Therefore here my changes on the CleanerThread class for anyone interested:
Overall, it looks good. Could you turn it into a patch and attach to
I created a GUI using several instances of the batik JSVGComponent. Some
of these components gets removed after a while, e.g. dialogues. Though
each comnponent creates some threads, called RunnableQueue-nn and
Where are these threads created and why?
I will be out of the office starting 10/19/2010 and will not return until
I will respond to your message when I return.
For an urgent issue, please contact Rachna Issar
I believe this has already happened in the past. Again, please
Today I stumbled across the (Oracle) SE 1.6 update 22 release notes
. Initially, it made me curious about a couple of imageio-related
issues  , something which may become useful in the scope of
related Batik issue 46513  (possibly/probably there is also related
I am facing the exact same problem as described in Bug 42387.
No, I believe you have faced bug 49558 . I've marked it as
duplicate (although works for me might be formally more correct as
there's no formal proof) to
I've asked  the Nabble team to migrate the Batik forums  to the
newest format. There were some issues with the current
(old.nabble.com), detailed in my request  for whoever is curious,
and I believe that migrating to the current (nabble2) interface is
probably better than
The difficulty is WHEN to bind the object. First try was to simply call it
in the init()-Method of the Applet after using canvas.setURI(…). However,
this method is async, so my bind-method will not yet find even a
bridgeContext (it is null). Therefore, I thought it
Regarding communication, I already use getURL() now. However, there seems to
be a bug that has already been mentioned here, but was confirmed as fixed.
Yet it still (or again) seems to exist: I cannot use getURL() inside an
Applet (works fine in squiggle) without granting a right
Could you please indicate whether the Apache software Batik 1.5 contains
specific export control requirements and what is the export control
classification number of this software as I do not find any export provision
is the copyright license?
I'm not a lawyer so I'm not able to
I think you're missing the rhino jar from your classpath.
Apparently not. According to the original message:
My class path includes
batik-dom.jar, batik-swing.jar, batik-util.jar, batik-awt-util.jar,
I have encountered problem with transcoding svg file that contains reference
to animated gif (batik transcoder hangs on 'transcode' method).
Problem was reported in
and occurs in version 1.7.
Does anyone could help with
Please reply to previous thread messages (in this case, ) in order
to avoid creating multiple thread about the same subject: it eases a
bit searching and browsing through the mailing list, etc.. ;-)
I seem to have fixed the problem. But I an not sure it is the best way to
(Sorry for the delay in answering: this message got lost in my drafts folder.)
For too many bureaucratic, security and policy reasons I have been tasked to
Cool, it's one of the things I'd like to do myself, but time is my enemy... :-)
[...] but when I open the file with a
browser it doesn't open correctly(have tried
both Firefox and Opera, just done 'File,Open'). I have attached a
snapshot of how the file is displayed in Firefox,
the chart is squashed(exact same in Opera). But when I open it in
First, if we use DOMUtilities to write out the Document from our
canvas, we get a duplicate xmlns attribute in the resulting SVG file,
causing every viewer I've tried to refuse to render it. This is only a
minor inconvenience, but seems like a real bug. I've only observed the
I am using batik1.7 to view the svg files, but the thing is i am not able to
open the more than 1MB of file. Can you please help me out in this matter.
One megabyte of SVG can take quite a bit of memory, depending on
content (filters, animation, etc.). :-)
Note that the default
Hi Teck Hua Lee,
Thanks for investigating and reporting this. :-)
When using the PNGTranscoder (1.7 and trunk), I noticed that lines with
gradient strokes will not render.
Is this a known issue or should I file a bug?
Apparently it is correct as-is: a good explanation is available in
i have a svg picture which is rendering in a graphic greater document.
i get the graphicsnode from my builder
i do translation and a scale up upon it.
the i make a bufferizedimage (java) to draw it.
i see the svg but partially !
the svg itself is well resized (now
first of all thanks for your reply, but if you create the elements (rect and
animate) and then create the document and load it, it should be the same if
you already drawn the elements in a svg file and open it.
Nope. :-p Actually, there is a key difference between having the
But what do I have to do, if I want to do exactly this during runtime?
I've tried this:
SVGOMAnimationElement animate = (SVGOMAnimationElement)
I'm using batik for a very simple application, and it's a shame that I'm
forced to use more than 10Mb of libraries for that.
Yup, I guess the large size is negative, specially for web
(applet-based) applications... :-|
I tried to use Proguard to shrink the libraries, but the
I noticed recently that my Batik nightly builds haven’t been building
since some time last year. They should be building again now. You can
see a bunch of commits included in the build I kicked off earlier today:
Oops... Actually, I had noticed for a while already, but I
I finally got it. Weird. It isn’t still clear enough to me, but...
If the image is being saved from a browser (FF MSIE), the servlet is
launched AGAIN. In this another request there are MISSING original
parameters, so in my case it is catched and no output is written into the
I would like to generate SVG in the Tiny format
(http://www.w3.org/TR/SVGMobile/). There are plans to implement this
AFAIK, this is already (mostly, at least) implemented into the
framework. You may be interested in taking a look at the most recent
Although I can see the result in the target browser, I am unable to save the
image on a local disk. Actually, in Firefox I can notice an attempt to save
the file, but in a download manager it is of zero size and it is not really
present in the target location. MSIE offers me save the
GeoTools basically has the identical problem
[http://jira.codehaus.org/browse/GEOT-2742]. I will investigate how to apply
a similar approach and submit a patch.
I've just noticed bug 48771  was created. (In general, it's always
good to have a link between mailing list threads
We are using Batik in a webapp context and the thread
org.apache.batik.util.CleanerThread never terminates. This is a serious
problem as it prevents the webapp's classloader from being garbage
collected. Am I doing something wrong? Is there a way to clean up and
stop this thread
I'm wondering if there is another way for JSVGCanvas to reload an external
style sheet without having to reset the canvas document ie calling
I'm not into the details as I never needed to do such thing, nor I
properly checked if Batik provides
Hi Teck Hua Lee,
From my experiments, I need the following jars for my transcoder to work
correctly during runtime. This comes up to about 4MB.
Do you guys have any suggestions on how to reduce the distribution size? Is
there a Batik tiny distro?
AFAIK, there isn't a Batik tiny distribution
but still, any help would be very much appreciated.
You've mentioned you were using Java6 but, probably not being the
cause, I'd suggest giving more detail on the Java version (and
implementor... Sun? OpenJDK? GCJ?) and also surrounding things
I had the same problem and couldn't find any quality settings. I did find a
protected method of transcoders: createRenderer(), which returns an
ImageRenderer. You can set Java2D rendering hints on this class. By creating
a simple subclass you can tell the ImageRenderer to use the
i have developed a yanel resource-type which is using the batik transcoder
to create png and jpg from svg. on my local computer everything works like a
charm. after i deployed it on a haedless server i run into a problem. i
tried Djava.awt.headless=true and xvfb. and a real simple
In fact I call the LRUCache.setsize at init of my webapp.
It flushed the LRUCache.used list and set the LRUCache.maxsize variable to 0.
The LRUCache.free list remains at 50 (which it initizialed by TileCache) which
is in my opinion not logic.
I noticed you have reported issue
Okay I thought I'd cracked it using the getInterpreter method on the
But the method doesn't seem to be available
Any ideas !
Yep, crawling through the mailing list... ;-D
Just teasing you, but actually there are already a few interesting
I take the same code and insteed of setting the visibility on/off, I want a
I decide to add an animate element on the opacity attribute.
FWIW, I've done experiments with this in the past but ended up using
plain blinking (toggle the display property) due to the
Sorry about the confusion. It is not a mask in SVG terms. The mask for me is
just a business term.
Technically, it is just an element, like an other which is in a g appended
before the first rendering. It is appended directly to the SVG root element
Yeah, when Thomas
Dear batik users,
this could be the wrong place but here I go :
This is the right place  for this sort of questions. :-)
You can/should also take a look at the Apache FOP  project, given
it's level of specialty for typography/printing-related operations
(PDF support and
I will get the a pop up, which is showing the null when I try to change the
view box properties. Please find the error detail in the attachment.
SVGOMElement svgRoot = (SVGOMElement) doc.getRootElement();
svgRoot.setAttribute( viewBox, 0 0 600 700 );
I'd suggest taking this sort of discussions in batik-dev. That mailing
list is not only for Batik committers, it's meant for developers
working on or wanting to work on Batik itself . ;-)
Happy New Year Batikeers,
Thanks! I hope it will be a great year
Thanks for the swift response. This has sorted out both issues.
I am amazed, however, that Inkscape, Firefox and Safari all ignored
the typo in the CSS declaration!
Batik generally is a bit strict regarding error processing . In
Added in . not sure of how to reference the thread
Great! :-) I noticed an entry added to the how-to, but the actual
page  doesn't exist yet...?
To reference a thread, just copy a link from the archives . While
using the official archives, the trick
Hi Helder, thanks a lot for your tips.
Glad to know it helped! :-)
I used your line taken from , and it worked. Apparently, you have to
pass a qualified attribute name which includes the prefix. This is even
specified in the org.w3c.dom.Element
I have some SVG that contains text and lines and only parts of it render
with Squiggle or Batik, and even then there are differences between what
I guess I'm missing something here... What are the rendering
differences between Squiggle and Batik?
Here are a couple of load routines I use frequently .. Hope they help you
narrow your problem.
Thank you, it works fine! I will keep those routine somewhere
In the wiki , perhaps...? ;-)
The how-to section  seemed
interesting, I never think filter oriented... but if I want to highlight a
filled shape, the yellow never appears, isn't it?
FWIW, I never saw a way to highlight shapes which works well in all
situations. For example, popular ways to highlight objects are:
Considering the different messages I find, the JSVGCanvas is not
serializable. So, why does it implements serializable?
I didn't check the code for sure, but it might have been
(serializable) in the past and afterward, during some feature
implementation, broken by
My previous post with same topic has some error, so I'm sending it again.
Weird... In fact I received the previous message properly (i.e., in my
email) but it doesn't display well in the official mailing list
archive . An unofficial archive displays it as expected ,
Running the above code with Batik 1.6 or 1.7 produces the following
Not only is the xlink namespace added a second time (it was already
present in the root element), but the namespace prefix is missing in the
href attribute. Since
I have very bad performances using batik to display and update a SVG over a
X11 export display.
I don't know about the internals of X11 export display, but I can
imagine that would be close to Remote Desktop and/or VNC, possibly
more efficient. But given that Java ultimately
I modify the
document in the thread
Good, this is the recommended way  for doing it. :-)
but I have several elements to change, and for the moment, I do a lot of
invokeLater. In my local machine, it runs very well. I
Is there a way to do this with the batik framework:
thread1 - getUpdateRunnableQueue().invokeLater(runnable1)
thread2 - getUpdateRunnableQueue().invokeLater(runnable2)
thread3 - getUpdateRunnableQueue().invokeLater(runnable3)
BTW this discussion should really take place on batik-users since it
development of Batik.
True, note that I'm now only replying to batik-users.
If not, any clues about where the geometrical processing is really
done are welcomed!
What you might
i have an svg file which looks very similar like the one at the end of this
when i load this with Firefox 3.5 everything looks like expected.
It's awkward to me that it works in Firefox, as far as I know the use
element  should be empty and therefore no child content is
i modified my code and then it works - thanks.
Glad to know. :-)
i guess FF is a little bit more tolerant than batik - or incorrect, i don´t
It's not a matter of tolerance, it's a matter of conformance to the
I created a reduced test case and was about
My svg files are quite big (85 KBs), created with CorelDraw. They are
static, just some boxes and text.
Yet, creating a very simple example which shows that would be valuable.
The yellow boxes are not in the svg; they are JTextFields added to the same
JSVGCanvas (and they are
No exception is thrown, but the lowest part of my svg is badly rendered. I
have some images to show you the problem. Can I attach them?
Yes, attaching them would be valuable, specially if images refer to
reduced SVG test cases  (and not to actual screen-shots of the
All removals are performed in update manager thread, I test my application
under Debug mode.
You seem to be doing things properly, so I'd invite you to share a
simple test case and/or provide more details such as operating system,
Java version, etc.
Actually I made a
Can someone give me sample code on how to control zoom in and zoom out. I
have added svg file on applet and now with the help of two buttons I want to
control the zooming feature.
If you want to customize the zoom interactors behavior, a good place
to start is:
But try the same program, same batik version, same java version (1.6) on my
home machine (standard win xp box again) and it outputs one big bitmap blob
to the svg file...
You don't state which Batik version this occurred in! Also without at
least a screenshot of the problem it's
I'll try to write you a little script in order to show precisely the problem
(whithout any assuptions).
Great. Being able to easily reproduce always helps a lot.
But, waiting for it, can you help me, please,
whith the DOMUtilities.parseXML method? I'm not very comfortable
Currently i dont have images for example.Atcually in BSV blur image getting
display compare to ASV.
Not providing any examples  makes it pretty hard to provide any
help or valuable feedback...
I have doubts in ASV images get display over HTML
frame and BSV that images
The problem is that i don't know how to deal with the sources of batik: I
donwloaded these (and the patch) but i don't know how i can apply this patch
and re-create the jars of the library (Do i need to use a specific ide?).
Naturally, you'll need a JDK  or equivalent for
java.lang.Exception: Unknown language: text/ecmascript
If you mix several equivalent language types ('text/ecmascript' and
committed a fix for unexpected behavior in these cases . This is
only available in nightly
I created a clip-path element: A filled circle masked (more
precisely clip-pathed) by a filled rectangle. On the circle element of
the svg document, i put a onmouseover and a onmuseout attributes, wich
Hello all. [...]
It might been some mess up made my your mailing list interface
(Nabble), but I've noticed the whole message was sent in a single
line...? Please separate sentences (using paragraphs, for example) in
order to separate ideas and ease the reply process. ;-)
This is a duplicate thread (of another one created one minute
before)... I'd suggest replying to the original thread only.
To unsubscribe, e-mail: batik-users-unsubscr...@xmlgraphics.apache.org
This is a duplicate thread (of another one created one minute
before)... I'd suggest replying to the original thread only.
Correction: the previous thread was deleted (on the Nabble interface),
although the mailing list has triggered the messages (I've received
two messages). I'd
1. Inline the show_alert() method inside the SVG itself or point the SVG
to an external script (e.g. script type=text/ecmascript
Note that the
First of all, you originally sent the message for the *subscription
address* of the Batik developers list . That doesn't make sense,
and I'm wondering if that can even cause some trouble... Please be
we want to use SVG viewer to view files ,before installing SVG
(from a previous message)
For example, for an svg image which contains a
circle, I should be able to trigger an even by clicking the circle. Is it
possible with Batik?
ECMAScript) solution for simplicity. But
I've tried several non-ascii TTF fonts, it shows the same message.
It means that SVG Font Converter don't support non-ascii TTF.
As Thomas has stated and myself (even without testing) find it hard to
believe, the font converted should support Unicode fonts properly...
For some reason, text is no longer displaying for me in Batik 1.7 on MacOS
X. The text is there, because the cursor changes when I mouse over it, and
I can select it and even copy it. It simply doesn't display, no matter what
attribute values I use.
Wow, that *is* weird... :-|
java -jar batik-ttf2svg.jar ./bnucdp.ttf -o ./output/bnucdp.svg
My knowledge about the SVG Font Converter  is close to none, but
I'd suggest playing with the -l and -h switches, as the font may
have several missing characters... Also, you may try using the
-ascii switch to see
Please don't create (similar) multiple threads before holding a few
days for a response on a previous one...
java -jar batik-ttf2svg.jar c:/windows/Fonts/bnucdp.ttf -autorange -o
e:/a/bnucdp.svg -testcard ---fail
java -jar batik-ttf2svg.jar
there is a nice getBBox() method for SVGLocatable, which works quite well
(at least with Batik 1.8), although it is tricky and not really documented.
Well, I wouldn't say tricky: that method is part of the SVG DOM and
therefore it's better documented within the specification .
To limit the zoom-out function:
...hope this helps. Cheers :-)
Thanks for sharing. :-) I'd suggest that interesting/potentially
useful code snippets would be placed in the Batik Wiki  to avoid
getting lost within the mailing list. The UserContributions
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