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Exception at EPFPageFactory.getPage: java.lang.Exception: Error in EPFImapgeObjectInstancesBase.getInstanceProperties: null epfI

Hi All,

When i run the plane crystal report in my application.The page is running successfully. But when, i run the graph report, the errors are comes.

Exception at EPFPageFactory.getPage: java.lang.Exception: Error in EPFImapgeObjectInstancesBase.getInstanceProperties: null epfImage

KIndly requested to all my friends, plz help me............

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    Posted on Feb 21, 2008 at 02:40 PM

    That error usually occurs when the application can't read/write to the temp folder.

    Another possible issue is that you're running on a headless Unix server - Java AWT lib is used to draw the image, and AWT by default uses X11 - so it requires connection to a X Display.

    So I recommend:

    1. Ensure that your app is writing/reading the image file to the temp folder.

    2. Try running your app with -Djava.awt.headless=true, such that internal lib rather than X11 is used to draw images.

    The graph images are written to the temp folder, and a crystalimagehandler.jsp is called on postback to stream the image out.

    Sincerely,

    Ted Ueda

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