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Re: ExampleXML2PDF.java ERROR

2011-05-11 Thread Mike Ferrando
Dinuka,
Let me know if you don't get a response.

I can send you some files that will work.

Sincerely,
Mike Ferrando
Washington, DC





From: dinuka dayarathna dinukaonl...@gmail.com
To: fop-users@xmlgraphics.apache.org
Sent: Wed, May 11, 2011 2:06:44 PM
Subject: Re: ExampleXML2PDF.java ERROR

Please can somebody send me a working application and the JAR files you are 
using.
I'm stuck at this point. I had done everything which I can do. But it does not 
work.
Please help me.

Thanks a lot for all your support.
Dinuka.

Re: Suggested Additions to FOP code

2008-08-21 Thread Mike Ferrando
Jeremias,
I had tried this page and got the same result.

Adobe Subject was blank.

This is why I suggested the code change.

Thanks,

-Mike



- Original Message 
From: Jeremias Maerki [EMAIL PROTECTED]
To: fop-users@xmlgraphics.apache.org
Sent: Thursday, August 21, 2008 8:25:53 AM
Subject: Re: Suggested Additions to FOP code

On 21.08.2008 12:47:22 Mathias Brossard wrote:
 Jeremias Maerki wrote:
  I'll look into it. Did you know that you can also specify an XMP packet
  in the fo:declarations element of XSL-FO?
  http://wiki.apache.org/xmlgraphics-fop/HowTo/XMP
 
 The link you have suggested, states that « This works only with FOP
 trunk. » but because the page was « last edited 2006-08-31 09:14:08 by
 JeremiasMaerki », I'm guessing that it should work with version 0.95.

I don't remember exactly but I think it should work since 0.93. The
information simply hasn't made it to the main FOP website, yet. That's
something on my task list for the next days. At any rate, the Wiki page
is not obsolete (just a bit outdated, see below).

 Testing with fo:declarations (declaration.xml), I don't get the result I
 expect in Acrobat Reader (8.1.2) Document Properties:
 - Title, Author and Application are as expected.
 - Subject is absent.
 - Keywords contains « foo, bar, baz ; Subject »
 
 In the PDF File, there is no /Subject line.
 
 Now, if I change dc:subject to dc:description, Subject and Keywords are
 now correctly displayed (except for quotes around keywords). Now in the
 PDF file, I find out that there is a /Subject line, which means FOP
 actually interpreted dc:description as the subject.
 
 Could someone tell me if this is an Acrobat Reader work-around or that
 the page is obsolete and that the correct mapping is with dc:description
 (and not dc:subject) ?

The mapping from dc:description to /Subject is the one specified in the
PDF/A-1 specification (ISO 19005-1:2005, Technical Corrigendum 1). I
will note that down when I port the information from the Wiki to the
main website.

 Sincerely,
 -- 
 Mathias Brossard




Jeremias Maerki


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Suggested Additions to FOP code

2008-08-20 Thread Mike Ferrando
Friends,
I suggest that the following classes be enhanced:

FOUserAgent.java (org.apache.fop.cli.)
  private String subject
  set and getter methods

PDFRenderer.java (org.apache.fop.render.pdf)
  added line to method: startRenderer
  Line: this.pdfDoc.getInfo().setSubject(userAgent.getSubject());

I was able to get dc:description in my XMP metadata as a result of this simple 
change.

Sincerely,
Mike Ferrando
Washington, DC



  

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Re: config file embedding issues

2008-08-19 Thread Mike Ferrando
Friends,
Wow, this is really awesome!

I was totally successful creating the PDF.

I embedded only the fonts I wanted, etc.

Thanks so much!

-Mike



- Original Message 
From: Pascal Sancho [EMAIL PROTECTED]
To: fop-users@xmlgraphics.apache.org
Sent: Tuesday, August 19, 2008 4:43:55 AM
Subject: RE: config file embedding issues

Mike,

 -Message d'origine-
 De : Mike Ferrando [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] 
 Envoyé : lundi 18 août 2008 22:45
 
 Pascal,
 fo:page-sequence does not have a font-family or font-size 
 attribute?

In theory, yes... But I guess that since they are inherited properties, you can 
specify them for any ancestor fo:object (to be confirmed by dev team).
So, you can choose any of (fo:root, fo:page-sequence) for that purpose.

 Can you give me a code example?

fo:root xmlns:fo=http://www.w3.org/1999/XSL/Format;
xmlns:fox=http://xmlgraphics.apache.org/fop/extensions;
  fo:layout-master-set
fo:simple-page-master master-name=masterpage
  fo:region-body margin=1cm/
/fo:simple-page-master
  /fo:layout-master-set
  fo:page-sequence master-reference=masterpage
  font-family=CODE2000 font-size=20pt
fo:flow flow-name=xsl-region-body
  fo:blocksome text/fo:block
/fo:flow
  /fo:page-sequence
/fo:root

 Thanks,
 -Mike
 
 - Original Message 
 From: Pascal Sancho [EMAIL PROTECTED]
 To: fop-users@xmlgraphics.apache.org
 
 Hi Mike,
 
 Helvetica is required because this is the default font for 
 the fo:page-sequence element.
 If you want to use specific font, you should explicitely 
 define it for each fo:page-sequence.
 
 Pascal
 
  -Message d'origine-
  De : Mike Ferrando [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] 
  Envoyé : vendredi 15 août 2008 21:08
  
  Friends,
  I can't figure out what is wrong.
  
  I am trying to generate a PDF/A-1b using FOP 0.94.
  
  No matter how I write my userconfig file, I get an error 
  message that Helvetica must be embedded.
  
  I include my useconfig below.
  
  I have added CODE 2000 into the fonts for testing purposes only.
  
  -Mike

Pascal


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Re: config file embedding issues

2008-08-19 Thread Mike Ferrando
Chris,
I read the section you quote.

However, the problem was that I didn't want any base fonts.

The base fonts kept sneaking in no matter what I did!

But putting the font family in the fo:page-sequence solved the problem 
completely.

It never occured to me to think of FOP having a fo:object (like java) and then 
act accordingly.

This has really helped.

Thanks!
-Mike



- Original Message 
From: Chris Bowditch [EMAIL PROTECTED]
To: fop-users@xmlgraphics.apache.org
Sent: Tuesday, August 19, 2008 4:03:28 AM
Subject: Re: config file embedding issues

Mike Ferrando wrote:

Hi Mike,

 Pascal,
 fo:page-sequence does not have a font-family or font-size attribute?
 
 Can you give me a code example?

Any FO can have any property set on it. This is because XSL-FO supports 
inheritance of properties. So just because font-family doesn't apply to 
fo:page-sequence doesn't mean you can't set it there. Setting the 
font-family on fo:page-sequence will ensure that the property is 
propogated down to all the child elements.

Reading your original post I don't think Pascal's answer will help you. 
On the help page for PDF/A-1b it says:

quote
Make sure all (!) fonts are embedded. If you use base 14 fonts (like 
Helvetica) you need to obtain a license for them and embed them like any 
other font.
/quote

So if your XSL-FO uses Helvetica (as indicated by the error you receive) 
then you will need to acquire the Type1 Font Files (*afm and *.pfb) Then 
add entries to your fop.xconf configuration file to tell FOP to embed 
these fonts.

snip/

Chris



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Re: config file embedding issues

2008-08-18 Thread Mike Ferrando
Pascal,
fo:page-sequence does not have a font-family or font-size attribute?

Can you give me a code example?

Thanks,
-Mike



- Original Message 
From: Pascal Sancho [EMAIL PROTECTED]
To: fop-users@xmlgraphics.apache.org
Sent: Monday, August 18, 2008 5:02:11 AM
Subject: RE: config file embedding issues

Hi Mike,

Helvetica is required because this is the default font for the fo:page-sequence 
element.
If you want to use specific font, you should explicitely define it for each 
fo:page-sequence.

Pascal


 -Message d'origine-
 De : Mike Ferrando [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] 
 Envoyé : vendredi 15 août 2008 21:08
 
 Friends,
 I can't figure out what is wrong.
 
 I am trying to generate a PDF/A-1b using FOP 0.94.
 
 No matter how I write my userconfig file, I get an error 
 message that Helvetica must be embedded.
 
 I include my useconfig below.
 
 I have added CODE 2000 into the fonts for testing purposes only.
 
 -Mike


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config file embedding issues

2008-08-15 Thread Mike Ferrando
Friends,
I can't figure out what is wrong.

I am trying to generate a PDF/A-1b using FOP 0.94.

No matter how I write my userconfig file, I get an error message that Helvetica 
must be embedded.

I include my useconfig below.

I have added CODE 2000 into the fonts for testing purposes only.

-Mike

?xml version=1.0?
fop 
version=1.0
xmlns:xsi=http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance;

xsi:noNamespaceSchemaLocation=http://svn.apache.org/viewvc/xmlgraphics/fop/trunk/src/foschema/fop-configuration.xsd?view=co;

  !-- Strict user configuration --
  strict-configurationtrue/strict-configuration

  !-- Strict FO validation --
  strict-validationtrue/strict-validation

  !-- Base URL for resolving relative URLs   base.//base--


  !-- Font Base URL for resolving relative font URLs  
font-base.//font-base --

  !-- Base URL for resolving relative URLs --
  base./base
  
  !-- Source resolution in dpi (dots/pixels per inch) for determining the size 
of pixels in SVG and bitmap images, default: 72dpi --
  source-resolution72/source-resolution
  
  !-- Target resolution in dpi (dots/pixels per inch) for specifying the 
target resolution for generated bitmaps, default: 72dpi --
  target-resolution72/target-resolution
  
  !-- Default page-height and page-width, in case value is specified as auto 
--
  default-page-settings height=11in width=8.26in/
  
  !-- Information for specific renderers --
  !-- Uses renderer mime type for renderers --
  renderers
renderer mime=application/pdf
  !-- provides compression using zlib flate (default is on) --
!-- encodes binary data into printable ascii characters (default off) 
This provides about a 4:5 expansion of data size --
!-- valueascii-85/value --
!-- encodes binary data with hex representation (default off) This 
filter is not recommended as it doubles the data size --
!-- valueascii-hex/value --
!--   filterList
valueflate/value
  /filterList --

fonts
!-- Helvetica: --
font 
metrics-url=file:///C:/fopFonts/metrics/hv__.xml 
kerning=yes 
embed-url=file:///C:/fopFonts/fonts/HV__.pfb

font-triplet name=Helvetica style=normal weight=normal/
font-triplet name=Helvetica style=italic weight=bold/
font-triplet name=Helvetica style=normal weight=bold/
font-triplet name=Helvetica style=italic weight=normal/
/font 

!-- CODE 2000: --
font 
metrics-url=file:///C:/fopFonts/metrics/CODE2000.TTF_metrics.xml 
kerning=yes 
embed-url=file:///C:/fopFonts/fonts/CODE2000.TTF
 
font-triplet name=CODE2000 style=normal weight=normal/
font-triplet name=CODE2000 style=italic weight=bold/
font-triplet name=CODE2000 style=normal weight=bold/
font-triplet name=CODE2000 style=italic weight=normal/
/font

!-- LUCIDA SANS UNICODE: --
font 
metrics-url=file:///C:/fopFonts/metrics/l_10646.ttf_metrics.xml 
kerning=yes 
embed-url=file:///C:/fopFonts/fonts/l_10646.ttf
 
font-triplet name=LucidaSansUnicode style=normal weight=normal/
font-triplet name=LucidaSansUnicode style=italic weight=bold/
font-triplet name=LucidaSansUnicode style=normal weight=bold/
font-triplet name=LucidaSansUnicode style=italic weight=normal/
/font

!-- ARIAL: --
  font 
   metrics-url=file:///C:/fopFonts/metrics/arial.ttf_metrics.xml 
   kerning=yes 
   embed-url=file:///C:/fopFonts/fonts/arial.ttf

  font-triplet name=Arial style=normal weight=normal/
   /font
font 
metrics-url=file:///C:/fopFonts/metrics/arialbd.ttf_metrics.xml 
kerning=yes 
embed-url=file:///C:/fopFonts/fonts/arialbd.ttf
 
font-triplet name=Arial style=normal weight=bold/ !-- 
Arial,Bold --
/font
font 
metrics-url=file:///C:/fopFonts/metrics/arialbi.ttf_metrics.xml 
kerning=yes 
embed-url=file:///C:/fopFonts/fonts/arialbi.ttf
 
font-triplet name=Arial style=italic weight=bold/!-- 
Arial,BoldItalic --
/font
font 
metrics-url=file:///C:/fopFonts/metrics/ariali.ttf_metrics.xml 
kerning=yes 
embed-url=file:///C:/fopFonts/fonts/ariali.ttf
 
font-triplet name=Arial style=italic weight=normal/!-- 
Arial,Italic --
/font
  
!-- TIMESNEWROMAN: --
font 
metrics-url=file:///C:/fopFonts/metrics/times.ttf_metrics.xml 
kerning=yes 
embed-url=file:///C:/fopFonts/fonts/times.ttf
 
font-triplet name=TimesNewRoman style=normal weight=normal/
/font
font 
metrics-url=file:///C:/fopFonts/metrics/timesbd.ttf_metrics.xml 
kerning=yes 
embed-url=file:///C:/fopFonts/fonts/timesbd.ttf
 
font-triplet name=TimesNewRoman style=normal weight=bold/
/font
font 

Re: config file embedding issues (trace)

2008-08-15 Thread Mike Ferrando
Friends,
I forgot to post the trace.

[below]

-Mike

 [java] [ERROR] FOP - Exception org.apache.fop.pdf.PDFConformanceException:
 For PDF/A-1b, all fonts, even the base 14 fonts, have to be embedded! Offending
 font: Helveticaorg.apache.fop.pdf.PDFConformanceException: For PDF/A-1b, all f
onts, even the base 14 fonts, have to be embedded! Offending font: Helvetica
 [java] at 
org.apache.fop.cli.InputHandler.transformTo(InputHandler.java:168)
 [java] at 
org.apache.fop.cli.InputHandler.renderTo(InputHandler.java:115)
 [java] at org.apache.fop.cli.Main.startFOP(Main.java:166)
 [java] at org.apache.fop.cli.Main.main(Main.java:197)

 [java] -

 [java] org.apache.fop.pdf.PDFConformanceException: For PDF/A-1b, all fonts,
 even the base 14 fonts, have to be embedded! Offending font: Helvetica
 [java] at org.apache.fop.pdf.PDFFont.validate(PDFFont.java:199)
 [java] at org.apache.fop.pdf.PDFFont.toPDFString(PDFFont.java:210)
 [java] at org.apache.fop.pdf.PDFObject.toPDF(PDFObject.java:176)
 [java] at org.apache.fop.pdf.PDFObject.output(PDFObject.java:165)
 [java] at org.apache.fop.pdf.PDFDocument.output(PDFDocument.java:899)
 [java] at 
org.apache.fop.pdf.PDFDocument.outputTrailer(PDFDocument.java:972)
 [java] at 
org.apache.fop.render.pdf.PDFRenderer.stopRenderer(PDFRenderer.java:506)
 [java] at 
org.apache.fop.area.RenderPagesModel.endDocument(RenderPagesModel.java:245)
 [java] at 
org.apache.fop.area.AreaTreeHandler.endDocument(AreaTreeHandler.java:283)
 [java] at 
org.apache.fop.fo.FOTreeBuilder.endDocument(FOTreeBuilder.java:171)
 [java] at 
com.icl.saxon.output.ContentHandlerProxy.endDocument(ContentHandlerProxy.java:104)
 [java] at 
com.icl.saxon.output.ProxyEmitter.endDocument(ProxyEmitter.java:69)
 [java] at 
com.icl.saxon.output.GeneralOutputter.close(GeneralOutputter.java:725)
 [java] at 
com.icl.saxon.Controller.resetOutputDestination(Controller.java:480)
 [java] at 
com.icl.saxon.Controller.transformDocument(Controller.java:1132)
 [java] at com.icl.saxon.Controller.transform(Controller.java:994)
 [java] at 
org.apache.fop.cli.InputHandler.transformTo(InputHandler.java:165)
 [java] at 
org.apache.fop.cli.InputHandler.renderTo(InputHandler.java:115)
 [java] at org.apache.fop.cli.Main.startFOP(Main.java:166)
 [java] at org.apache.fop.cli.Main.main(Main.java:197)


BUILD FAILED


  

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Re: Keeping text together in two different table cells

2006-08-23 Thread Mike Ferrando
Jackie,
I have a suggestion for you that might help.

I guess you are using the command line to transform your XML directly
into PDF using FOP. You need to see your finished XSL-FO output
before it is rendered into PDF. This is a basic transformation that
can be done by SAXON (for example). Examine the XSL-FO output to see
why this is happening.

I would guess that you are getting too many cells in each row. This
is why you are getting a wierd columns.

I assume you want a row for each child (indicator | subfield). I hope
your stylesheet is written to do this, not just a lot of for-each
elements called from somewhere in the root element (or root
template).

I would wonder where you are putting your table-row elements in this
transformation. IOW, what template are you creating the table-row
element? Is there a template for subfield and another for indicator?
or are they all being pulled by a for-each somewhere in your
stylesheet?

Again, I think the problem is that you are getting too many
table-cell elements in your table-row element.

Hope this helps.

Mike Ferrando
Library Technician
Library of Congress
Washington, DC
202-707-4454

--- Jacqueline Radebaugh [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

 Hello:
 
 Thank you very much for your help.  I took your advice and have
 solved my problem with the table.
 
 Unfortunately, now I have another problem.  Like I wrote yesterday,
 
 
 I have created a table in XSL-FO where the output should look like:
 
 $aName of $a
 $bName of $b
 
 My XSL-FO code is:
 
 fo:table table-layout=fixed width=100%
 fo:table-column column-width=40mm/
 fo:table-column column-width=10mm/
 fo:table-body
 fo:table-row
 fo:table-cell
   fo:block  
 xsl:text$/xsl:text
 xsl:value-of select=label/
 /fo:block
  /fo:table-cell
  fo:table-cell
 fo:block 
 xsl:value-of select=name/
   /fo:block
   /fo:table-cell
 /fo:table-row
 /fo:table-body
 /fo:table
 
 My XML code is:
 
 subfield
 labela/label
 nameFormatted contents note/name
 /subfield
 
 Unfortunately, sometimes the name data exceeds the line of the
 column and flows on over to the next line.  When this happens, my
 output columns resemble:
 
 $aName of $a that goes over the 
 $bline and ruins the relationship between label and name
 $cName of $b
 
 As you can see, when the name data in the one column exceeds the
 line, the 1 to 1 relationship between the label column and name
 column is lost.  The label $b is no longer across to its name. 
 It is across to the second line of the name for $a.
 
 Is there a way to connect two different columns together so that
 their data stays in synch?
 
 I would like my output to look like:
 
 $aName of $a that goes over the 
 line 
 $bName of $b
 
 
 Thank you very much for all of your help!
 
 
 Best wishes,
 
 
 
   
 
 Jackie Radebaugh
 
 Library of Congress
 Network Development  MARC Standards Office
 Washington, DC
 USA
 Phone:  +1-202-707-1153
 FAX:  +1-202-707-0115
 E-Mail:  [EMAIL PROTECTED]
 
 
  [EMAIL PROTECTED] 08/21/06 5:23 PM 
 On Aug 21, 2006, at 20:55, Jacqueline Radebaugh wrote:
 
  Hello:
 
  Thank you for your message.  I am using FOP 0.20.5rc3a (I
 apologize  
  for not including this in my first message.)
 
 Well, 0.20.5 is ancient, so I'd definitely give 0.92beta a go (*). 
 
 It's stabler than the beta tag indicates, and offers far more
 features.
 
 HTH!
 
 Cheers,
 
 Andreas
 
 (*) http://xmlgraphics.apache.org/fop/0.92/index.html 
 

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Re: putting an svg element into an fo document

2006-02-20 Thread Mike Ferrando
Paul T.,
Well, I agree that starting with Michael Kay's XSLT book (1.0 first
edition) is overwhelming for a beginner, but that is how I started.

One thing I liked about the book was the structure. I tend to learn
things systematically and that really worked for me.

But for most I can agree that it may be more spec than a beginner
will need or be able to use in practice.

Mike Ferrando
Library Technician
Library of Congress
Washington, DC
202-707-4454

--- Paul Tremblay [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

 On Mon, Feb 20, 2006 at 12:43:06PM -0500, Tracey Zellmann wrote:
  
  Thanks. Your example contained a golden nugget of advice. I see
 that you 
  included the svg namespace, as well as using svg:svg. I had only
 used an 
  unqualified svg. I have experimented with that and got some very 
  encouraging results.
  
  I did a bunch of XSLT and XPATH work last year, but I am a little
 rusty. I 
  have Michael Kay's XSLT 2.0 book, but no ready reference for
 XPATH itself. 
  I signed up for the Mulberry list yesterday, but it has been
 silent, other 
  than my confirmation.
  
 
 Strange that no one resonded. I have Kay's first book, and if his
 second book is anything like his first, it is not a good book to
 start
 with--or even use except when you really need the exact technical
 specifications. It is good for technical specifications and for
 getting acquantied with the fine details, but this is all I use it
 for.
 
 Paul
 
 -- 
 
 
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Re: XSL Question

2005-11-22 Thread Mike Ferrando
Glen M.,
Could you post some of your XML source document (maybe a bigger
chunk).

Could you then give us an example of what the output is supposed to
look like if everything went perfectly?

Thanks,
Mike Ferrando
Library Technician
Library of Congress
Washington, DC
202-707-4454

--- Glen Mazza [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

 http://www-128.ibm.com/developerworks/library/x-xslfo2app/#b?
 
 Read the Notice that the select attribute... blurb at the end of
 the 
 b discussion here.
 
 Glen
 
 Dirk Bromberg wrote:
  Hi,
  
  i've a short xml-xsl-fo question.
  
  my xml is:
  
  textHere is some textB with bold B/Iand italicI/BI
 and 
  bothI/B/ elements in it.text/
  
  when i've a template for text, B and I how can i get the
 real text 
  in the right order?
  
 

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Re: XSL Question

2005-11-22 Thread Mike Ferrando
Glen M.,
Sorry.

Mike Ferrando
Library Technician
Library of Congress
Washington, DC
202-707-4454

--- Glen Mazza [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

 Mike Ferrando wrote:
 
  Glen M.,
  Could you post some of your XML source document (maybe a bigger
  chunk).
  
 
 I'm not the one who asked the question.  I don't have any source 
 document to provide.
 
 Glen
 

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