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    Posted: 06 Aug 2008 at 10:30am
Avoid automatic table layout whenever possible
For automatic table layout the server must calculate column widths based on the table's content. If you specify widths for all <fo:table-column/> elements and set table-layout="fixed" you will notice an improved processing speed and lower memory consumption.
 
Disable the resolver thread for documents without references
The resolver thread is only needed for documents with references like fo:page-number-citation. If you don't cite object id-s or don't wish to display the number of pages in your document, you should disable the resolver thread to ensure maximum processing speed. This is an advanced option available only when calling the engine programmatically. For more details, please consult the Programming Manuals section in XF Ultrascale Help.

Use standard Adobe fonts whenever possible.
Adobe standard fonts are not embedded in the generated PDF because they are guaranteed to be present with every Adobe installation, as well as all Postscript, PCL or MO:DCA printers. Use Helvetica instead of Arial,  Times instead of Times New Roman and Courier instead of Courier New. Because the Adobe standard fonts don't have ligatures or substitutions tables (required for Arabic languages) processing text using these fonts is much faster.



Edited by florinv - 26 Mar 2009 at 1:40pm
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