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    We are trying to convert an .xhtml page with dynamically loaded values into pdf.

    I am using Pd4ml api, and my application is developed in Websphere Portal Server 6.1 .

    When i trying giving, the url as an input , pdf is generated with no content in it.

    Url: http://IPaddress:10039/wps/myportal/Rationalportlets. For instance , if i replace this url with its working fine.

    Greatly appreciate your help.


    1. Make sure there is routing from WebSphere server to http://IPaddress and port 10039 is not blocked.

    2. Enable debug info and inspect STDOUT/server’s log for error messages

    3. Try to save Rationalportlets output as a local HTML document and try to convert it locally. Does it produce a non-blank PDF?


    I have similar problem: Lotus Domino server, if I try to convert I get an empty PDF. If I set url to it works.
    I tried adding authentication, just in case, but it still does not work.


    Are there any error messages or warnings (printed to STDOUT/log)?


    I cannot find stdout or equivalent for Domino, I am looking at the Domino console, i.e., log.nsf.
    If I create an error like change http://…. to htxx://… in the URL I get error information saying the protocol is wrong.

    what I get is:
    19/11/2014 12:58:57 HTTP JVM: f:dataEW0008.pdf
    19/11/2014 12:58:57 HTTP JVM:
    19/11/2014 12:58:57 HTTP JVM: version: PD4ML 380fx6 Pro (eval)
    19/11/2014 12:58:57 HTTP JVM: done in 140ms.

    But, the PDF is blank


    Is there an equivalent in Domino to Port 10039 in Websphere or are ports 80 and 443 enough?


    “You can review output from a Java agent that is running locally in the Java Debug Console. To activate the console, choose Tools – Show Java Debug Console.”


    Also, inspect an exported DXL file content. If there are elements – it is a bad sign.

    The rawitem data type corresponds to TYPE_COMPOSITE, which is raw binary object, exported from Notes database “as is” (not represented as DXL’s element). A parsing of such objects is not a trivial task and it is out of PD4ML scope.

    The only solution in the case is to force DXLExporter not to output objects.

    There are DXLExporter options to control that, but they not always work. See!/SSVRGU_9.0.1/

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