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Re: How to make FOP run in quiet mode in a FOPServlet?

From: Cyril Rognon <crognon@objectiva.fr>
Date: Wed, 05 Dec 2001 10:14:20 +0100
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this is not a general FO question but rather a fop oriented one. You should 
definitely use the fop-dev@xml.apache.org list to handle subject like this.

Anyway, the answer is to set the quiet mode in your configuration file (see 
fop documentation for this) with an entry like

If you don't use some specific configuration file, read the fo 
documentation about embedding fop, it provides the info you need. If you 
don't have enough, I suggest you read the archive of the list, it says 
everything (I mean it)

Cyril Rognon

At 12:07 04/12/2001 -0500, Kilmer, Erich wrote:
>I have taken the FOPServlet and extended for our own purposes and it works
>nicely. However every time I render an XML to PDF I get the following in the
>apps server log:
>building formatting object tree
>setting up fonts[1]
>Parsing of document complete, stopping renderer
>Initial heap size: 12198Kb
>Current heap size: 12323Kb
>Total memory used: 125Kb
>   Memory use is indicative; no GC was performed
>   These figures should not be used comparatively
>Total time used: 94ms
>Pages rendererd: 1
>Avg render time: 94ms/page
>This is useful information but I would like to be able to turn it off if
>possible.  I know it can be done in the FOP command line.
>Question: Is there a way to do this from the FOPServlet example code?
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