On Wed, 2013-11-13 at 22:16 -0800, Sunil Agrawal wrote:
I am using Calc (actually soffice) in a headless manner (using
—headless). I am running it on a server that doesn’t have X server and
communicating with soffice using JOD converter.
Generally it hasn’t been a problem, however when I export the
spreadsheet to PDF, wide spreadsheets get truncated and take multiple
pages, which is highly undesirable.
However, when I run the same program on my local dev machine, which
has X server running, the output PDF gets auto scaled to a certain
Can you please direct me how to get auto scaling on server that
doesn’t have X server running? When running in headless mode, what OS
setting are picked up by LibreOffice. What do I need to set them on my
I have spent couple of days trying out different options, e.g. using
Xvfb on my server with different screen sizes, but to no avail.
Any help is appreciated.
When I have exported a document to a pdf file the conversion using the
default page such as A4, US Letter, etc. to paginate the document. Also,
normally the pagination uses the default orientation (portrait or
The issue is why are your using a pdf document and not using ods format
or even another format for your documents. The pdf format is often used
for file sharing when the recipient is expected to only view the results
and not edit them.
Also, which version of LO are you using and which OS are you using; it
sounds like Linux?
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