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Oracle Outside In Technology (OIT) 8.5.6 Bundle Patch 2 (July 2022) Bug Fix List (Doc ID 2880282.1)

Last updated on JULY 19, 2022

Applies to:

Oracle Outside In Technology - Version 8.5.6 to 8.5.6 [Release OIT]
Information in this document applies to any platform.

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The attached PDF document lists the bug numbers and headlines/subjects of bugs fixed in the 8.5.6 Bundle Patch 2 (8.5.6.24) released in July 2022.

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The patch can be downloaded from My Oracle Support Portal (MOS).  For the direct link to the patch, use 8.5.6.24 (Patch 34307740).  From the Release dropdown , select proper OIT SDK and click on Download.

 

 

The read-me file has references to certain bugs & ERs which has mandatory 'post-installation instructions' or 'Notes'. So in order to take benefit of those ERs/bugs , make sure that you follow the mentioned post-installation instructions or Notes for those specific cases.

Also go through "Known Issues" and "What's New" sections in the read-me file. For any queries, please feel free to reach out to Oracle Support. 

 

What’s New:

     1. Enh 33818709 - New Option: SCCOPT_PDF_FILTER_MAX_EMBEDDED_OBJECTS

Option: SCCOPT_PDF_FILTER_MAX_EMBEDDED_OBJECTS

 Description: PDF files sometimes have a very large number of embedded objects. This option allows the user to limit the number of embedded objects that are produced in a PDF file. Setting this option to 0 produces an unlimited number of embedded objects.

  

    2. Enh 33774040 - SCCOPT_GRAPHIC_SCALEDDPI option 

Option : SCCOPT_GRAPHIC_SCALEDDPI

 Description : This option allows you to calculate DPI based on Image.

 

TRUE/1 : If input image doesn't have DPI information and SCCOPT_OUPUTDPI is not set then SCCOPT_GRAPHIC_SCALEDDPI is set to true then only OIT will calculate DPI based on Input image, and export that image with calculated DPI. 

FALSE/0 : If SCCOPT_OUPUTDPI is set in config file then OIT is not going to calculate DPI it will export image with SCCOPT_OUPUTDPI.

 

 

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