OK, I'm not sure anybody even monitors this forum any longer. Here's my problem:
I'm using vjslib.dll to provide the java support for nFOP, which is a .NET port of the java version of FOP, which processes XML Format Object (FO) files to create PDF files. All of the sample code I find on the Web says nFOP relies on vjslib.dll, but even when I try converting the sample FO files from these sites, I get the same exception.
Anybody have an idea why vjslib.dll DID apparently work with nFOP but now (at least for the version of vjslib.dll that I grabbed from my WinXP distribution) doesn't?
The only way I was able to fix this was to change the mapping in the nFOP code to NOT use "ISO8859_1", which is supposed to be a supported java encoding label, but to use "ISO8859-1" instead. This issue, which actually is in VsjLib v2.0.50727.42
Tuesday, February 19, 2008 2:14 PM
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