Fayaz Fayaz - 5 months ago 119
HTML Question

org.apache.poi.xwpf.converter.xhtml.XHTMLConverter not generating images

I am using org.apache.poi.xwpf.converter.xhtml.XHTMLConverter class to convert docx to html. Below is my groovy code

public Map convert(String wordDocPath, String htmlPath,
Map conversionParams)
{
log.info("Converting word file "+wordDocPath)
try
{
...
String notificationWorkingFolder = "C:\tomcats\Notification\store\Notification1234"

FileInputStream fis = new FileInputStream(wordDocPath);
XWPFDocument document = new XWPFDocument(fis);
XHTMLOptions options = XHTMLOptions.create().URIResolver(new FileURIResolver(new File(notificationWorkingFolder)));
File htmlFile = new File(htmlPath);
OutputStream out = new FileOutputStream(htmlFile)
XHTMLConverter.getInstance().convert(document, out, options);

log.info("Converted to HTML file "+htmlPath)

return [success:true,htmlFileName:getFileName(htmlPath)]
}
catch(Exception e)
{
log.error("Exception :"+e.getMessage(),e)
return [success:false]
}

}


The above code is converting docx to html successfully, but if docx contains any images it puts
<img src="C:\tomcats\Notification\store\Notification1234\word\media\image1.png">
but do not copy the image to that folder. As a result, when I open html tag, all images appears empty. Am I missing something in code? Is there a way to generate an image srouce link instead of absolute path, like
<img src="http://localhost:8080/webapp/image1.png">

Answer

I got answer for first question from this link lychaox.com/java/poi/Word07toHtml.html. I had to add one line of code options.setExtractor(new FileImageExtractor(imageFolderFile)); to generate images. Second question I resolved by pattern search and replacement.

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