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.

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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
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org/apache/poi/hssf/usermodel/HSSFOptimiser.java

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package org.apache.poi.hssf.usermodel;

import java.util.HashSet;

import org.apache.poi.hssf.record.ExtendedFormatRecord;
import org.apache.poi.hssf.record.FontRecord;
import org.apache.poi.hssf.record.StyleRecord;
import org.apache.poi.hssf.record.common.UnicodeString;
import org.apache.poi.ss.usermodel.Cell;
import org.apache.poi.ss.usermodel.CellType;
import org.apache.poi.ss.usermodel.Row;

/**
 * Excel can get cranky if you give it files containing too
 *  many (especially duplicate) objects, and this class can
 *  help to avoid those.
 * In general, it's much better to make sure you don't
 *  duplicate the objects in your code, as this is likely
 *  to be much faster than creating lots and lots of
 *  excel objects+records, only to optimise them down to
 *  many fewer at a later stage.
 * However, sometimes this is too hard / tricky to do, which
 *  is where the use of this class comes in.
 */
public class HSSFOptimiser {
    /**
     * Goes through the Workbook, optimising the fonts by
     *  removing duplicate ones.
     * For now, only works on fonts used in {@link HSSFCellStyle}
     *  and {@link HSSFRichTextString}. Any other font uses
     *  (eg charts, pictures) may well end up broken!
     * This can be a slow operation, especially if you have
     *  lots of cells, cell styles or rich text strings
     * @param workbook The workbook in which to optimise the fonts
     */
    public static void optimiseFonts(HSSFWorkbook workbook) {
        // Where each font has ended up, and if we need to
        //  delete the record for it. Start off with no change
        short[] newPos =
            new short[workbook.getWorkbook().getNumberOfFontRecords()+1];
        boolean[] zapRecords = new boolean[newPos.length];
        for(int i=0; i<newPos.length; i++) {
            newPos[i] = (short)i;
            zapRecords[i] = false;
        }

        // Get each font record, so we can do deletes
        //  without getting confused
        FontRecord[] frecs = new FontRecord[newPos.length];
        for(int i=0; i<newPos.length; i++) {
            // There is no 4!
            if(i == 4) continue;

            frecs[i] = workbook.getWorkbook().getFontRecordAt(i);
        }

        // Loop over each font, seeing if it is the same
        //  as an earlier one. If it is, point users of the
        //  later duplicate copy to the earlier one, and
        //  mark the later one as needing deleting
        // Note - don't change built in fonts (those before 5)
        for(int i=5; i<newPos.length; i++) {
            // Check this one for being a duplicate
            //  of an earlier one
            int earlierDuplicate = -1;
            for(int j=0; j<i && earlierDuplicate == -1; j++) {
                if(j == 4) continue;

                FontRecord frCheck = workbook.getWorkbook().getFontRecordAt(j);
                if(frCheck.sameProperties(frecs[i])) {
                    earlierDuplicate = j;
                }
            }

            // If we got a duplicate, mark it as such
            if(earlierDuplicate != -1) {
                newPos[i] = (short)earlierDuplicate;
                zapRecords[i] = true;
            }
        }

        // Update the new positions based on
        //  deletes that have occurred between
        //  the start and them
        // Only need to worry about user fonts
        for(int i=5; i<newPos.length; i++) {
            // Find the number deleted to that
            //  point, and adjust
            short preDeletePos = newPos[i];
            short newPosition = preDeletePos;
            for(int j=0; j<preDeletePos; j++) {
                if(zapRecords[j]) newPosition--;
            }

            // Update the new position
            newPos[i] = newPosition;
        }

        // Zap the un-needed user font records
        for(int i=5; i<newPos.length; i++) {
            if(zapRecords[i]) {
                workbook.getWorkbook().removeFontRecord(
                        frecs[i]
                );
            }
        }

        // Tell HSSFWorkbook that it needs to
        //  re-start its HSSFFontCache
        workbook.resetFontCache();

        // Update the cell styles to point at the
        //  new locations of the fonts
        for(int i=0; i<workbook.getWorkbook().getNumExFormats(); i++) {
            ExtendedFormatRecord xfr = workbook.getWorkbook().getExFormatAt(i);
            xfr.setFontIndex(
                    newPos[ xfr.getFontIndex() ]
            );
        }

        // Update the rich text strings to point at
        //  the new locations of the fonts
        // Remember that one underlying unicode string
        //  may be shared by multiple RichTextStrings!
        HashSet<UnicodeString> doneUnicodeStrings = new HashSet<>();
        for(int sheetNum=0; sheetNum<workbook.getNumberOfSheets(); sheetNum++) {
            HSSFSheet s = workbook.getSheetAt(sheetNum);
            for (Row row : s) {
               for (Cell cell : row) {
                    if(cell.getCellType() == CellType.STRING) {
                        HSSFRichTextString rtr = (HSSFRichTextString)cell.getRichStringCellValue();
                        UnicodeString u = rtr.getRawUnicodeString();

                        // Have we done this string already?
                        if(! doneUnicodeStrings.contains(u)) {
                            // Update for each new position
                            for(short i=5; i<newPos.length; i++) {
                                if(i != newPos[i]) {
                                    u.swapFontUse(i, newPos[i]);
                                }
                            }

                            // Mark as done
                            doneUnicodeStrings.add(u);
                        }
                    }
                }
            }
        }
    }

   /**
    * Goes through the Wokrbook, optimising the cell styles
    *  by removing duplicate ones, and ones that aren't used.
    * For best results, optimise the fonts via a call to
    *  {@link #optimiseFonts(HSSFWorkbook)} first.
    * @param workbook The workbook in which to optimise the cell styles
    */
   public static void optimiseCellStyles(HSSFWorkbook workbook) {
       // Where each style has ended up, and if we need to
       //  delete the record for it. Start off with no change
       short[] newPos = new short[workbook.getWorkbook().getNumExFormats()];
       boolean[] isUsed = new boolean[newPos.length];
       boolean[] zapRecords = new boolean[newPos.length];

       // to speed up the optimisation for workbooks with a large number of
       // styles we perform the isUserDefined() check only once as it is
       // costly according to some profiling
       boolean[] userDefined = new boolean[newPos.length];

       // Get each style record, so we can do deletes
       //  without getting confused
       ExtendedFormatRecord[] xfrs = new ExtendedFormatRecord[newPos.length];

       for(int i=0; i<newPos.length; i++) {
           isUsed[i] = false;
           newPos[i] = (short)i;
           zapRecords[i] = false;

           userDefined[i] = isUserDefined(workbook, i);

           xfrs[i] = workbook.getWorkbook().getExFormatAt(i);
       }

       // Loop over each style, seeing if it is the same
       //  as an earlier one. If it is, point users of the
       //  later duplicate copy to the earlier one, and
       //  mark the later one as needing deleting
       // Only work on user added ones, which come after 20
       for (int i = 21; i < newPos.length; i++) {
           // Check this one for being a duplicate
           //  of an earlier one
           int earlierDuplicate = -1;
           for (int j = 0; j < i; j++) {
               ExtendedFormatRecord xfCheck = workbook.getWorkbook().getExFormatAt(j);
               if (xfCheck.equals(xfrs[i]) &&
                       // never duplicate user defined styles
                       !userDefined[j]) {
                   earlierDuplicate = j;
                   break;
               }
           }

           // If we got a duplicate, mark it as such
           if(earlierDuplicate != -1) {
               newPos[i] = (short)earlierDuplicate;
               zapRecords[i] = true;
           }
       }

       // Loop over all the cells in the file, and identify any user defined
       //  styles aren't actually being used (don't touch built-in ones)
       for (int sheetNum = 0; sheetNum < workbook.getNumberOfSheets(); sheetNum++) {
           HSSFSheet s = workbook.getSheetAt(sheetNum);
           for (Row row : s) {
               for (Cell cellI : row) {
                   HSSFCell cell = (HSSFCell) cellI;
                   short oldXf = cell.getCellValueRecord().getXFIndex();
                   // some documents contain invalid values here
                   if(oldXf < newPos.length) {
                       isUsed[oldXf] = true;
                   }
               }

               // also mark row style as being used
               short oldXf = ((HSSFRow) row).getRowRecord().getXFIndex();
               // some documents contain invalid values here
               if(oldXf < newPos.length) {
                   isUsed[oldXf] = true;
               }
           }

           // also mark column styles as being used
           for (int col = s.getSheet().getMinColumnIndex(); col <= s.getSheet().getMaxColumnIndex(); col++) {
               short oldXf = s.getSheet().getXFIndexForColAt((short) col);
               // some documents contain invalid values here
               if(oldXf < newPos.length) {
                   isUsed[oldXf] = true;
               }
           }
       }

       // Propagate isUsed for duplicates and always set user styles to being used to never optimize them away
       for (int i = 21; i < isUsed.length; i++) {
           // user defined styles are always "used"
           if (isUserDefined(workbook, i)) {
               isUsed[i] = true;
           }

           // If we got a duplicate which is used, mark the one we're keeping as used
           if(newPos[i] != i && isUsed[i]) {
                isUsed[newPos[i]] = true;
           }
       }

       // Mark any that aren't used as needing zapping
       for (int i=21; i<isUsed.length; i++) {
           if (! isUsed[i]) {
               // Un-used style, can be removed
               zapRecords[i] = true;
               newPos[i] = 0;
           }
       }

       // Update the new positions based on
       //  deletes that have occurred between
       //  the start and them
       // Only work on user added ones, which come after 20
       for(int i=21; i<newPos.length; i++) {
           // Find the number deleted to that
           //  point, and adjust
           short preDeletePos = newPos[i];
           short newPosition = preDeletePos;
           for(int j=0; j<preDeletePos; j++) {
               if(zapRecords[j]) newPosition--;
           }

           // Update the new position
           newPos[i] = newPosition;
           // also update StyleRecord and Parent-link
           if (i != newPosition && newPosition != 0) {
               workbook.getWorkbook().updateStyleRecord(i, newPosition);

               ExtendedFormatRecord exFormat = workbook.getWorkbook().getExFormatAt(i);
               short oldParent = exFormat.getParentIndex();
               // some documents contain invalid values here
               if(oldParent < newPos.length) {
                   short newParent = newPos[oldParent];
                   exFormat.setParentIndex(newParent);
               }
           }
       }

       // Zap the un-needed user style records
       // removing by index, because removing by object may delete
       // styles we did not intend to (the ones that _were_ duplicated and not the duplicates)
       int max = newPos.length;
       int removed = 0; // to adjust index after deletion
       for(int i=21; i<max; i++) {
           if(zapRecords[i + removed]) {
               workbook.getWorkbook().removeExFormatRecord(i);
               i--;
               max--;
               removed++;
           }
       }

       // Finally, update the cells to point at their new extended format records
       for (int sheetNum = 0; sheetNum < workbook.getNumberOfSheets(); sheetNum++) {
           HSSFSheet s = workbook.getSheetAt(sheetNum);
           for (Row row : s) {
               for (Cell cell : row) {
                   short oldXf = ((HSSFCell) cell).getCellValueRecord().getXFIndex();
                   // some documents contain invalid values here
                   if(oldXf >= newPos.length) {
                        continue;
                   }
                   HSSFCellStyle newStyle = workbook.getCellStyleAt(newPos[oldXf]);
                   cell.setCellStyle(newStyle);
               }

               // adjust row column style
               short oldXf = ((HSSFRow) row).getRowRecord().getXFIndex();
               // some documents contain invalid values here
               if(oldXf >= newPos.length) {
                   continue;
               }
               HSSFCellStyle newStyle = workbook.getCellStyleAt(newPos[oldXf]);
               row.setRowStyle(newStyle);
           }

           // adjust cell column style
           for (int col = s.getSheet().getMinColumnIndex(); col <= s.getSheet().getMaxColumnIndex(); col++) {
               short oldXf = s.getSheet().getXFIndexForColAt((short) col);
               // some documents contain invalid values here
               if(oldXf >= newPos.length) {
                   continue;
               }
               HSSFCellStyle newStyle = workbook.getCellStyleAt(newPos[oldXf]);
               s.setDefaultColumnStyle(col, newStyle);
           }
       }
   }

    private static boolean isUserDefined(HSSFWorkbook workbook, int index) {
        StyleRecord styleRecord = workbook.getWorkbook().getStyleRecord(index);
        return styleRecord != null &&
                !styleRecord.isBuiltin() &&
                styleRecord.getName() != null;
    }
}

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