What Is poi-5.2.3.jar?

What Is poi-5.2.3.jar?

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poi-5.2.3.jar is one of the JAR files for Apache POI 5.2.3, which provides an API for Microsoft document files of Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Visio.

poi-5.2.3.jar supports Apache POI components that read and write Microsoft's OLE 2 Compound document format, which is used in early versions of Microsoft Office tools like Word 97, Excel 97, PowerPoint 97, etc.

poi-5.2.3.jar is distributed as part of the poi-bin-5.2.3-20220909.zip download file.

JAR File Size and Download Location:

JAR name: poi-5.2.3.jar
Target JDK version: 9

File name: poi.jar, poi-5.2.3.jar
File size: 2964641 bytes
Release date: 09-09-2022
Download: Apache POI Website

Here are Java Source Code files for poi-5.2.3.jar:

org/apache/poi/hssf/record/ObjRecord.java

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package org.apache.poi.hssf.record;

import java.io.IOException;
import java.util.ArrayList;
import java.util.List;
import java.util.Map;
import java.util.function.Supplier;

import org.apache.poi.util.GenericRecordUtil;
import org.apache.poi.util.HexDump;
import org.apache.poi.util.LittleEndian;
import org.apache.poi.util.LittleEndianByteArrayInputStream;
import org.apache.poi.util.LittleEndianByteArrayOutputStream;
import org.apache.poi.util.RecordFormatException;

/**
 * OBJRECORD (0x005D)<p>
 *
 * The obj record is used to hold various graphic objects and controls.
 */
public final class ObjRecord extends Record {
    public static final short sid = 0x005D;

    private static final int NORMAL_PAD_ALIGNMENT = 2;
    private static int MAX_PAD_ALIGNMENT = 4;

    private final List<SubRecord> subrecords = new ArrayList<>();
    /**
     * used when POI has no idea what is going on
     */
    private final byte[] _uninterpretedData;
    /**
     * Excel seems to tolerate padding to quad or double byte length
     */
    private boolean _isPaddedToQuadByteMultiple;

    //00000000 15 00 12 00 01 00 01 00 11 60 00 00 00 00 00 0D .........`......
    //00000010 26 01 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00                   &.........


    public ObjRecord() {
        // TODO - ensure 2 sub-records (ftCmo 15h, and ftEnd 00h) are always created
        _uninterpretedData = null;
    }

    public ObjRecord(ObjRecord other) {
        other.subrecords.stream().map(SubRecord::copy).forEach(subrecords::add);
        _uninterpretedData = (other._uninterpretedData == null) ? null : other._uninterpretedData.clone();
        _isPaddedToQuadByteMultiple = other._isPaddedToQuadByteMultiple;
    }

    public ObjRecord(RecordInputStream in) {
        // TODO - problems with OBJ sub-records stream
        // MS spec says first sub-record is always CommonObjectDataSubRecord,
        // and last is always EndSubRecord. OOO spec does not mention ObjRecord(0x005D).
        // Existing POI test data seems to violate that rule. Some test data
        // seems to contain garbage, and a crash is only averted by stopping at
                // what looks like the 'EndSubRecord'

        // Check if this can be continued, if so then the
        // following wont work properly
        byte[] subRecordData = in.readRemainder();
        if (LittleEndian.getUShort(subRecordData, 0) != CommonObjectDataSubRecord.sid) {
            // seems to occur in just one junit on "OddStyleRecord.xls" (file created by CrystalReports)
            // Excel tolerates the funny ObjRecord, and replaces it with a corrected version
            // The exact logic/reasoning is not yet understood
            _uninterpretedData = subRecordData;
            return;
        }

        //YK: files produced by OO violate the condition below
        /*
        if (subRecordData.length % 2 != 0) {
            String msg = "Unexpected length of subRecordData : " + HexDump.toHex(subRecordData);
            throw new RecordFormatException(msg);
        }
        */

        LittleEndianByteArrayInputStream subRecStream = new LittleEndianByteArrayInputStream(subRecordData);
        CommonObjectDataSubRecord cmo = (CommonObjectDataSubRecord)SubRecord.createSubRecord(subRecStream, 0);
        subrecords.add(cmo);
        while (true) {
            SubRecord subRecord = SubRecord.createSubRecord(subRecStream, cmo.getObjectType());
            subrecords.add(subRecord);
            if (subRecord.isTerminating()) {
                break;
            }
        }
        final int nRemainingBytes = subRecordData.length-subRecStream.getReadIndex();
        if (nRemainingBytes > 0) {
            // At present (Oct-2008), most unit test samples have (subRecordData.length % 2 == 0)
            _isPaddedToQuadByteMultiple = subRecordData.length % MAX_PAD_ALIGNMENT == 0;
            if (nRemainingBytes >= (_isPaddedToQuadByteMultiple ? MAX_PAD_ALIGNMENT : NORMAL_PAD_ALIGNMENT)) {
                if (!canPaddingBeDiscarded(subRecordData, nRemainingBytes)) {
                    String msg = "Leftover " + nRemainingBytes
                        + " bytes in subrecord data " + HexDump.toHex(subRecordData);
                    throw new RecordFormatException(msg);
                }
                _isPaddedToQuadByteMultiple = false;
            }

        } else {
            _isPaddedToQuadByteMultiple = false;
        }
        _uninterpretedData = null;
    }

    /**
     * Some XLS files have ObjRecords with nearly 8Kb of excessive padding. These were probably
     * written by a version of POI (around 3.1) which incorrectly interpreted the second short of
     * the ftLbs subrecord (0x1FEE) as a length, and read that many bytes as padding (other bugs
     * helped allow this to occur).
     *
     * Excel reads files with this excessive padding OK, truncating the over-sized ObjRecord back
     * to the its proper size.  POI does the same.
     */
    private static boolean canPaddingBeDiscarded(byte[] data, int nRemainingBytes) {
        // make sure none of the padding looks important
        for(int i=data.length-nRemainingBytes; i<data.length; i++) {
            if (data[i] != 0x00) {
                return false;
            }
        }
        return true;
    }

    @Override
    public int getRecordSize() {
        if (_uninterpretedData != null) {
            return _uninterpretedData.length + 4;
        }
        int size = 0;
        for (SubRecord record : subrecords) {
            size += record.getDataSize()+4;
        }
        if (_isPaddedToQuadByteMultiple) {
            while (size % MAX_PAD_ALIGNMENT != 0) {
                size++;
            }
        } else {
            while (size % NORMAL_PAD_ALIGNMENT != 0) {
                size++;
            }
        }
        return size + 4;
    }

    @Override
    public int serialize(int offset, byte[] data) {
        int recSize = getRecordSize();
        int dataSize = recSize - 4;

        try (LittleEndianByteArrayOutputStream out = new LittleEndianByteArrayOutputStream(data, offset, recSize)) { // NOSONAR
            out.writeShort(sid);
            out.writeShort(dataSize);

            if (_uninterpretedData == null) {

                for (SubRecord record : subrecords) {
                    record.serialize(out);
                }
                int expectedEndIx = offset + dataSize;
                // padding
                while (out.getWriteIndex() < expectedEndIx) {
                    out.writeByte(0);
                }
            } else {
                out.write(_uninterpretedData);
            }
        } catch (IOException ioe) {
            // should never happen in practice
            throw new IllegalStateException(ioe);
        }
        return recSize;
    }

    @Override
    public short getSid() {
        return sid;
    }

        // FIXME: return Collections.unmodifiableList?
    public List<SubRecord> getSubRecords() {
        return subrecords;
    }

    public void clearSubRecords() {
        subrecords.clear();
    }

    public void addSubRecord(int index, SubRecord element) {
        subrecords.add(index, element);
    }

    public boolean addSubRecord(SubRecord o) {
        return subrecords.add(o);
    }

    @Override
    public ObjRecord copy() {
        return new ObjRecord(this);
    }

    @Override
    public HSSFRecordTypes getGenericRecordType() {
        return HSSFRecordTypes.OBJ;
    }

    @Override
    public Map<String, Supplier<?>> getGenericProperties() {
        return GenericRecordUtil.getGenericProperties(
            "uninterpretedData", () -> _uninterpretedData,
            "paddedToQuadByteMultiple", () -> _isPaddedToQuadByteMultiple
        );
    }

    @Override
    public List<SubRecord> getGenericChildren() {
        return getSubRecords();
    }
}

org/apache/poi/hssf/record/ObjRecord.java

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Release date: 2022-09-09
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