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Integrating JRSwapFileVirtualizer throws a 'Could not resolved style(s):' Exception

 
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Hello,

I'm trying to better manage memory by integrating JRSwapFileVirtualizer with existing JasperReport code. However, I keep getting the "Could not resolved style(s): null" RuntimeException. Can someone help please? This is the code I use:



I can see exactly where the exception is thrown and why, but I don't know how to fix it. I need the JRFillStaticText etc. objects found in delayedStyleSettersByName Map object in checkUnresolvedReferences() to build the JasperReport layout, or at least I needed that before I tried to integrate the JRSwapFileVirtualizer in my code.

Do you have any suggestions please on how I can make it work without compromising the layout of the current Jasper reports?

You help is greatly appreciated!

Siyan
 
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Jasper is handled in the Other Open Source Projects forum. Moving there.
 
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