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/poifs/storage/BATBlock.java

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package org.apache.poi.poifs.storage;

import java.io.IOException;
import java.io.OutputStream;
import java.nio.ByteBuffer;
import java.util.Arrays;
import java.util.List;

import org.apache.poi.poifs.common.POIFSBigBlockSize;
import org.apache.poi.poifs.common.POIFSConstants;
import org.apache.poi.util.LittleEndian;
import org.apache.poi.util.LittleEndianConsts;

/**
 * A block of block allocation table entries. BATBlocks are created
 * only through a static factory method: createBATBlocks.
 */
public final class BATBlock implements BlockWritable {
    /**
     * Either 512 bytes ({@link POIFSConstants#SMALLER_BIG_BLOCK_SIZE})
     *  or 4096 bytes ({@link POIFSConstants#LARGER_BIG_BLOCK_SIZE})
     */
    private POIFSBigBlockSize bigBlockSize;

    /**
     * For a regular fat block, these are 128 / 1024
     *  next sector values.
     * For a XFat (DIFat) block, these are 127 / 1023
     *  next sector values, then a chaining value.
     */
    private int[] _values;

    /**
     * Does this BATBlock have any free sectors in it?
     */
    private boolean _has_free_sectors;

    /**
     * Where in the file are we?
     */
    private int ourBlockIndex;

    /**
     * Create a single instance initialized with default values
     */
    private BATBlock(POIFSBigBlockSize bigBlockSize)
    {
        this.bigBlockSize = bigBlockSize;

        int _entries_per_block = bigBlockSize.getBATEntriesPerBlock();
        _values = new int[_entries_per_block];
        _has_free_sectors = true;

        Arrays.fill(_values, POIFSConstants.UNUSED_BLOCK);
    }

    private void recomputeFree() {
       boolean hasFree = false;
        for (int _value : _values) {
            if (_value == POIFSConstants.UNUSED_BLOCK) {
                hasFree = true;
                break;
            }
        }
       _has_free_sectors = hasFree;
    }

    /**
     * Create a single BATBlock from the byte buffer, which must hold at least
     *  one big block of data to be read.
     */
    public static BATBlock createBATBlock(final POIFSBigBlockSize bigBlockSize, ByteBuffer data)
    {
       // Create an empty block
       BATBlock block = new BATBlock(bigBlockSize);

       // Fill it
       byte[] buffer = new byte[LittleEndianConsts.INT_SIZE];
       for(int i=0; i<block._values.length; i++) {
          data.get(buffer);
          block._values[i] = LittleEndian.getInt(buffer);
       }
       block.recomputeFree();

       // All done
       return block;
    }

    /**
     * Creates a single BATBlock, with all the values set to empty.
     */
    public static BATBlock createEmptyBATBlock(final POIFSBigBlockSize bigBlockSize, boolean isXBAT) {
       BATBlock block = new BATBlock(bigBlockSize);
       if(isXBAT) {
           final int _entries_per_xbat_block = bigBlockSize.getXBATEntriesPerBlock();
           block._values[ _entries_per_xbat_block ] = POIFSConstants.END_OF_CHAIN;
       }
       return block;
    }

    /**
     * Calculates the maximum size of a file which is addressable given the
     *  number of FAT (BAT) sectors specified. (We don't care if those BAT
     *  blocks come from the 109 in the header, or from header + XBATS, it
     *  won't affect the calculation)
     *
     * The actual file size will be between [size of fatCount-1 blocks] and
     *   [size of fatCount blocks].
     *  For 512 byte block sizes, this means we may over-estimate by up to 65kb.
     *  For 4096 byte block sizes, this means we may over-estimate by up to 4mb
     */
    public static long calculateMaximumSize(final POIFSBigBlockSize bigBlockSize,
          final int numBATs) {
       // Header isn't FAT addressed
       long size = 1;

       // The header has up to 109 BATs, and extra ones are referenced
       //  from XBATs
       // However, all BATs can contain 128/1024 blocks
       size += (((long)numBATs) * bigBlockSize.getBATEntriesPerBlock());

       // So far we've been in sector counts, turn into bytes
       return size * bigBlockSize.getBigBlockSize();
    }
    public static long calculateMaximumSize(final HeaderBlock header)
    {
       return calculateMaximumSize(header.getBigBlockSize(), header.getBATCount());
    }

    /**
     * Returns the BATBlock that handles the specified offset,
     *  and the relative index within it.
     * The List of BATBlocks must be in sequential order
     */
    public static BATBlockAndIndex getBATBlockAndIndex(final int offset,
                final HeaderBlock header, final List<BATBlock> bats) {
       POIFSBigBlockSize bigBlockSize = header.getBigBlockSize();
       int entriesPerBlock = bigBlockSize.getBATEntriesPerBlock();

       int whichBAT = offset / entriesPerBlock;
       int index = offset % entriesPerBlock;
       return new BATBlockAndIndex( index, bats.get(whichBAT) );
    }

    /**
     * Returns the BATBlock that handles the specified offset,
     *  and the relative index within it, for the mini stream.
     * The List of BATBlocks must be in sequential order
     */
    public static BATBlockAndIndex getSBATBlockAndIndex(final int offset,
          final HeaderBlock header, final List<BATBlock> sbats) {
        return getBATBlockAndIndex(offset, header, sbats);
    }

    /**
     * Does this BATBlock have any free sectors in it, or
     *  is it full?
     */
    public boolean hasFreeSectors() {
       return _has_free_sectors;
    }
    /**
     * How many sectors in this block are taken?
     * Note that calling {@link #hasFreeSectors()} is much quicker
     */
    public int getUsedSectors(boolean isAnXBAT) {
        int usedSectors = 0;
        int toCheck = _values.length;
        if (isAnXBAT) toCheck--; // Last is a chain location
        for(int k=0; k<toCheck; k++) {
            if(_values[k] != POIFSConstants.UNUSED_BLOCK) {
                usedSectors ++;
            }
        }
        return usedSectors;
    }

    /**
     * How much of this block is occupied?.
     * This counts the number of sectors up and including the last used sector.
     * Note that this is different from {@link #getUsedSectors(boolean)} which
     * could be smaller as it does not count unused sectors where there are
     * used ones after it (i.e. fragmentation).
     *
     * @since POI 5.0.0
     */
    public int getOccupiedSize() {
        int usedSectors = _values.length;
        for (int k = _values.length - 1; k >= 0; k--) {
            if(_values[k] == POIFSConstants.UNUSED_BLOCK) {
                usedSectors--;
            } else {
                break;
            }
        }
        return usedSectors;
    }

    public int getValueAt(int relativeOffset) {
       if(relativeOffset >= _values.length) {
          throw new ArrayIndexOutOfBoundsException(
                "Unable to fetch offset " + relativeOffset + " as the " +
                "BAT only contains " + _values.length + " entries"
          );
       }
       return _values[relativeOffset];
    }

    public void setValueAt(int relativeOffset, int value) {
       int oldValue = _values[relativeOffset];
       _values[relativeOffset] = value;

       // Do we need to re-compute the free?
       if(value == POIFSConstants.UNUSED_BLOCK) {
          _has_free_sectors = true;
          return;
       }
       if(oldValue == POIFSConstants.UNUSED_BLOCK) {
          recomputeFree();
       }
    }

    /**
     * Record where in the file we live
     */
    public void setOurBlockIndex(int index) {
       this.ourBlockIndex = index;
    }

    /**
     * Retrieve where in the file we live
     */
    public int getOurBlockIndex() {
       return ourBlockIndex;
    }

    /**
     * Write the block's data to an OutputStream
     *
     * @param stream the OutputStream to which the stored data should
     *               be written
     *
     * @throws IOException on problems writing to the specified
     *            stream
     */
    public void writeBlocks(final OutputStream stream) throws IOException {
        // Save it out
        stream.write( serialize() );
    }

    public void writeData(final ByteBuffer block) {
       // Save it out
       block.put( serialize() );
    }

    private byte[] serialize() {
       // Create the empty array
       byte[] data = new byte[ bigBlockSize.getBigBlockSize() ];

        // Fill in the values
        int offset = 0;
        for (int _value : _values) {
            LittleEndian.putInt(data, offset, _value);
            offset += LittleEndianConsts.INT_SIZE;
        }

       // Done
       return data;
    }

    public static final class BATBlockAndIndex {
       private final int index;
       private final BATBlock block;
       private BATBlockAndIndex(int index, BATBlock block) {
          this.index = index;
          this.block = block;
       }
       public int getIndex() {
          return index;
       }
       public BATBlock getBlock() {
          return block;
       }
    }
}

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