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Docmosis can run in 32 Bit or 64 Bit environments. However, you must make sure that the components used are matching or at least compatible. The Java version…
You need a valid License Key to run Docmosis-Java or Tornado. If you have not previously requested a Trial Licence Key... You can do so here. For Docmosis-Java:…
Docmosis templates can be created in: Microsoft Word (Doc / Docx format) LibreOffice (ODT format) Our new Cloud release (DWS3) also supports FODT format.
Docmosis is for companies or organisations that are looking for ways to improve the speed and efficiency with which documents and reports are created. They will probably have…
We think so. Every document production system promotes its speed, however document rendering has always been a resource intensive process. Docmosis has addressed the issue by: Allowing the…
Docmosis can generate output files in the following formats Microsoft Word (Doc / Docx format) LibreOffice (ODT format). PDF RTF TXT Docmosis can also generate HTML files, but…
A template is just a normal document which you can create, edit and update using either Microsoft Word or LibreOffice Writer. This means that templates can be created…
Docmosis-Java and Tornado can be used with Java from 1.4 onward.
Yes it is. With Docmosis-Java the "converter" component, which is the most processing intensive component, can be optionally be run on a server separate from the main java…
Yes this is a simple process. If you run Docmosis on your own site, you install your new license key and restart the application(s). If you are using…
No. The source is not currently public in any form.
When passing Java objects as data to Docmosis, the template drives the lookup process of fetching data from the Java objects (POJOs). If your output document does not…
If you hit an error like the following during Docmosis startup: error while loading shared libraries: libGL.so.1: cannot open shared object file then you can likely solve it…
If you are trying to run an older version of Docmosis (eg v3) with a newer version of Libre Office (eg v5), then a simple configuration change is…
 If you are running Docmosis Converters with: AWS Linux Libre Office 4.2 and you encounter the following errors: error while loading shared libraries: libXinerama.so.1 error while loading shared…
If you are using JBOSS (5 onwards) and Docmosis embedded Converters, you may have trouble starting Docmosis with errors like: Unable to instantiate class:com.docmosis.converter.openoffice.LocalOpenOfficeConverter:com/sun/star/connection/NoConnectException In the Logs you…
If you are using WildFly or late versions of JBOSS and Docmosis embedded Converters, you may have trouble starting Docmosis with errors like: "java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError: com/sun/star/connection/NoConnectException" This is due…
The script launching the converter does not have the HOME environment variable set to a writable location. This typically happens with wrapper programs or locked down accounts and…
As of Docmosis 2.2, the reason for startup failure and suggestions should be provided in the output. This is almost always due to an error when the converter…
There are several known causes of this: incorrectly set LD_LIBRARY_PATH variable in Linux/Unix environments. See the runConverter.sh script in the download bundles to see how to set the…
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