I have to imagine there is a C equivalent of the Java stuff, and that would
most likely run a lot faster.

I would be curious to know how well this runs on a newer IBM Java compiler.
They have made statements of significant CPU cycle usage improvements. What
version of the OS are you running?

Aaron Bartell

On Tue, May 11, 2010 at 3:20 PM, Nathan Andelin <nandelin@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:


I found the problem. Local files must be reference by the 'file:'
protocol, instead of the 'http:' protocol. So, in order to transform a
local HTML file, you'd need a reference such as
'file:/my_directory/my_file.html'. That seems to work.

There were no errors generated. And I don't see a parameter to specify
additional logging. The command-line utility is documented at the


Although I found a solution to my immediate problem, I'd still be
interested in hearing opinions or observations about generating PDF reports.
On my part, this has been quite a lesson on running Java under IBM i. One
of my problems early on was a result of running into some erroneous
documentation at IBM Information Center 5.4 about selecting a Java version
to run under. The document specified a process for selecting the 32 bit
JVM, which I don't have installed, evidently. I'm testing under "Classic".
And my server evidently hosts versions 1.3, 1.4, and 1.5.


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