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Release notes

XMLMill 1.40 (June 14th 2003)

Major upgrade with several improvements below).

Read the full release notes (Java) (This document has been completely generated using XMLMill1.52).

All new Product Features are eligible for XMLMill for Java and XMLMill for Domino.

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New Product Features Version 1.40
Less usage of memory and smaller PDF footprint (10-20%)


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Complete new download package with a lot of documentation:


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XMLMill for Java UserGuide (44 pages - 263 kb), with following content explaining extensively XMLMill's architecture and how to use XMLMill:
- XMLMill's architecture
- XMLMill in Batch
- XMLMill in Servlets
- XMLMill in JSP pages
- XMLMill with JDBC
- XMLMill with DOM
- XMLMill in a multi-threading environment.


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XMLMill for Java dtdGuide (116 pages - 1043 kb)


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Separate directories in the download with .java programs explaining how to use XMLMill:
- in Batch
- in Servlets
- in JSP pages
- with JDBC
- with DOM
- in a multi-threading environment


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XMLMill for Domino UseCases.pdf (116 pages - 1200 kb), explaining extensively how to use XMLMill with a R5 or R6 Domino server.


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<encryption> tag:
Encrypt PDF documents during generation using 40bits or 128 bits encryption


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Define a table of type complex, facilitating the conversion of HTML tables to XMLMill tables.


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Lots of new an enhanced functionalities...


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