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Release Notes

XMLMill 3.00 (January 26th, 2008)

Major upgrade with following improvements (see below).

Read the full release notes document (217 kb) (This document has been completely generated using this version of XMLMill).

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

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XMLMill for Java

  • Complete the Acrofields of an existing PDF document (acting as 'template') and write the result into a new document.
  • Stamp the page(s) of any existing PDF document using the regular ml: elements (this means adding new data on the document page(s)) and write the result into a new document.
  • Complete the Acrofields and stamp the page(s) of an existing PDF document (acting as template) and write the result into a new document.
  • XMLMill InterActive has a new user-interface, enhancing greatly the user-experience.
  • The logging mechanism has been changed to include Apache's commons-logging-1.1 functionality instead of Log4j (although Log4j can still be used).
  • The DPI (dots per inch) of each image is now read from the image file itself (if applicable) instead of a fixed 96 DPI, leading to smaller (or bigger) image representation in the PDF document compared with the image itself.
  • An entry has been added in the config.xml file regarding the use of the DPI settings for backwards compatibility (facilitating the upgrade to this version).
  • An entry has been added in the config.xml file regarding preloading 'template' documents so completing Acrofields or stamping existing documents is extremely fast (and minimizing memory usage).
  • Implementation of the break-before = ‘column’ attribute/value pair.
  • Implementation of the break-after = ‘column’ attribute/value pair.
  • An image can be rotated in a table-cell.
  • Behavioral change: The calculation of the width or height has been changed, eliminating a wrong calculation if the width or height of the image was larger than the parent's content-area.
  • Behavioral change: An empty ml:textbox or ml:table-cell will no longer have an implicit space character added to it.
  • The loglevels ALL and OFF when using XMLMill in Batch were suppressed.
  • Removal of deprecated classes: PDXLogger, PDXLogFile, PDELogFile, PDXTransform.
  • Following class has been renamed: PDXTransformErrorHandler has become JAXPErrorHandler.
  • Bug fixes.

XMLMill for Domino

  • Complete the Acrofields of an existing PDF document (acting as 'template') and write the result into a new document.
  • Stamp the page(s) of any existing PDF document using the regular ml: elements (this means adding new data on the document page(s)) and write the result into a new document.
  • Complete the Acrofields and stamp the page(s) of an existing PDF document (acting as template) and write the result into a new document.
  • XMLMill InterActive has a new user-interface, enhancing greatly the user-experience.
  • The DPI (dots per inch) of each image is now read from the image file itself (if applicable) instead of a fixed 96 DPI, leading to smaller (or bigger) image representation in the PDF document compared with the image itself.
  • An entry has been added in the config.xml file regarding the use of the DPI settings for backwards compatibility (facilitating the upgrade to this version).
  • An entry has been added in the config.xml file regarding preloading 'template' documents so completing Acrofields or stamping existing documents is extremely fast (and minimizing memory usage).
  • Implementation of the break-before = ‘column’ attribute/value pair.
  • Implementation of the break-after = ‘column’ attribute/value pair.
  • An image can be rotated in a table-cell.
  • Behavioral change: The calculation of the width or height has been changed, eliminating a wrong calculation if the width or height of the image was larger than the parent's content-area.
  • Behavioral change: an empty ml:textbox or ml:table-cell will no longer have an implicit space character added to it.
  • The loglevels ALL and OFF when using XMLMill in Batch were suppressed.
  • Bug fixes.
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