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Old   August 16, 2013, 10:07
Default POI3.9 PPT XSLFTable insertion issue from Star Macro
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Hi

Am executing a simple java macro which generates PPTX with title and a table. PPTX is getting generated but when i tried to open it says "file has been corrupted". If i remove the XSLFTABLE part of code, pptx is opening successfully with just title. I have added all the requried jars as listed in POI site (included ooxml-schemas.jar full version also).

The same code (Title and XSLFTable) i converted as standalone java program and executing fine in my local system.

Versions i use:
Poi 3.9
StarCCM 8.02 on Windows XP - 32 bit machine
JDK 1.6

Kindly throw some insights if any one can help me on this.

Thanks.

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