public class LinearizedException extends java.lang.RuntimeException
This exception is thrown when there is a problem completing the load of a Linearized
PDF. It's a
RuntimeException, but usually wraps an
and if the PDF has been loaded from a Linearized
PDFReader (usually from a URL)
then potentially it can be thrown at any time throughout the life of the PDF.
As an example, say the PDF is Linearized and has a valid structure, but the second
page is damaged. The PDF constructor will complete and the first page can be accessed
without exception, but requesting the second page will cause a load and at this point
the API determines the file is damaged. Because the PDF object structure has already
been created (and possibly even modified by the user), it's impossible to repair
at this point. So we will throw a
LinearizedException and the PDF object
must be discarded.
This is an inevitable consequence of using a Linearized load. If there is any doubt about the documents structure, Linearized loading should not be used.
For documents not loaded using linearization this Exception will never be thrown.
|Modifier and Type||Method and Description|
Return true if the exception is fatal, which indicates the entire PDF object structure must be considered invalid.
addSuppressed, fillInStackTrace, getCause, getLocalizedMessage, getMessage, getStackTrace, getSuppressed, initCause, printStackTrace, printStackTrace, printStackTrace, setStackTrace, toString
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