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/HeaderBlock.java

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package org.apache.poi.poifs.storage;

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

import org.apache.poi.hssf.OldExcelFormatException;
import org.apache.poi.poifs.common.POIFSBigBlockSize;
import org.apache.poi.poifs.common.POIFSConstants;
import org.apache.poi.poifs.filesystem.FileMagic;
import org.apache.poi.poifs.filesystem.NotOLE2FileException;
import org.apache.poi.poifs.filesystem.OfficeXmlFileException;
import org.apache.poi.poifs.filesystem.POIFSFileSystem;
import org.apache.poi.util.HexDump;
import org.apache.poi.util.IOUtils;
import org.apache.poi.util.IntegerField;
import org.apache.poi.util.LittleEndian;
import org.apache.poi.util.LittleEndianConsts;
import org.apache.poi.util.LongField;
import org.apache.poi.util.ShortField;

/**
 * The block containing the archive header
 */
public final class HeaderBlock implements HeaderBlockConstants {

    private static final byte _default_value = ( byte ) 0xFF;

    /**
     * What big block size the file uses. Most files
     *  use 512 bytes, but a few use 4096
     */
    private final POIFSBigBlockSize bigBlockSize;

    /** 
     * Number of big block allocation table blocks (int).
     * (Number of FAT Sectors in Microsoft parlance).
     */
    private int _bat_count;

    /** 
     * Start of the property set block (int index of the property set
     * chain's first big block).
     */
    private int _property_start;

    /** 
     * start of the small block allocation table (int index of small
     * block allocation table's first big block)
     */
    private int _sbat_start;
    /**
     * Number of small block allocation table blocks (int)
     * (Number of MiniFAT Sectors in Microsoft parlance)
     */
    private int _sbat_count;

    /** 
     * Big block index for extension to the big block allocation table
     */
    private int _xbat_start;
    /**
     * Number of big block allocation table blocks (int)
     * (Number of DIFAT Sectors in Microsoft parlance)
     */
    private int _xbat_count;
    
    /**
     * The data. Only ever 512 bytes, because 4096 byte
     *  files use zeros for the extra header space.
     */
    private final byte[] _data;
    
    /**
     * create a new HeaderBlockReader from an InputStream
     *
     * @param stream the source InputStream
     *
     * @throws IOException on errors or bad data
     */
    public HeaderBlock(InputStream stream) throws IOException {
        // Grab the first 512 bytes
        // (For 4096 sized blocks, the remaining 3584 bytes are zero)
        // Then, process the contents
        this(readFirst512(stream));
        
        // Fetch the rest of the block if needed
        if(bigBlockSize.getBigBlockSize() != 512) {
           int rest = bigBlockSize.getBigBlockSize() - 512;
           byte[] tmp = IOUtils.safelyAllocate(rest, POIFSFileSystem.getMaxRecordLength());
           IOUtils.readFully(stream, tmp);
        }
    }
    
    public HeaderBlock(ByteBuffer buffer) throws IOException {
       this(IOUtils.toByteArray(buffer, POIFSConstants.SMALLER_BIG_BLOCK_SIZE));
    }
    
    private HeaderBlock(byte[] data) throws IOException {
       this._data = data.clone();
       
        // verify signature
       FileMagic fm = FileMagic.valueOf(data);
       
       switch (fm) {
       case OLE2:
           break;
       case OOXML:
           throw new OfficeXmlFileException("The supplied data appears to be in the Office 2007+ XML. "
               + "You are calling the part of POI that deals with OLE2 Office Documents. "
               + "You need to call a different part of POI to process this data (eg XSSF instead of HSSF)");
       case XML:
           throw new NotOLE2FileException("The supplied data appears to be a raw XML file. "
               + "Formats such as Office 2003 XML are not supported");
       case MSWRITE:
           throw new NotOLE2FileException("The supplied data appears to be in the old MS Write format. "
               + "Apache POI doesn't currently support this format");
       case WORD2:
           throw new NotOLE2FileException("The supplied data appears to be an old Word version 2 file. "
               + "Apache POI doesn't currently support this format");
       case BIFF2:
       case BIFF3:
       case BIFF4:
           throw new OldExcelFormatException("The supplied data appears to be in "+fm+" format. "
               + "HSSF only supports the BIFF8 format, try OldExcelExtractor");
       default:
           // Give a generic error if the OLE2 signature isn't found
           String exp = HexDump.longToHex(_signature);
           String act = HexDump.longToHex(LittleEndian.getLong(data, 0));
           throw new NotOLE2FileException(
               "Invalid header signature; read " + act + ", expected " + exp +
               " - Your file appears not to be a valid OLE2 document");
       }
       
        // Figure out our block size
        if (_data[30] == 12) {
            this.bigBlockSize = POIFSConstants.LARGER_BIG_BLOCK_SIZE_DETAILS;
        } else if(_data[30] == 9) {
            this.bigBlockSize = POIFSConstants.SMALLER_BIG_BLOCK_SIZE_DETAILS;
        } else {
           throw new IOException("Unsupported blocksize  (2^"+ _data[30] + "). Expected 2^9 or 2^12.");
        }

       // Setup the fields to read and write the counts and starts
      _bat_count  = new IntegerField(_bat_count_offset, data).get();
      _property_start = new IntegerField(_property_start_offset,_data).get();
      _sbat_start = new IntegerField(_sbat_start_offset, _data).get();
      _sbat_count = new IntegerField(_sbat_block_count_offset, _data).get();
      _xbat_start = new IntegerField(_xbat_start_offset, _data).get();
      _xbat_count = new IntegerField(_xbat_count_offset, _data).get();
    }
    
   /**
    * Create a single instance initialized with default values
    */
   public HeaderBlock(POIFSBigBlockSize bigBlockSize)
   {
      this.bigBlockSize = bigBlockSize;

      // Our data is always 512 big no matter what
      _data = new byte[ POIFSConstants.SMALLER_BIG_BLOCK_SIZE ];
      Arrays.fill(_data, _default_value);
      
      // Set all the default values
      new LongField(_signature_offset, _signature, _data);
      new IntegerField(0x08, 0, _data);
      new IntegerField(0x0c, 0, _data);
      new IntegerField(0x10, 0, _data);
      new IntegerField(0x14, 0, _data);
      new ShortField(0x18, ( short ) 0x3b, _data);
      new ShortField(0x1a, ( short ) 0x3, _data);
      new ShortField(0x1c, ( short ) -2, _data);
       
      new ShortField(0x1e, bigBlockSize.getHeaderValue(), _data);
      new IntegerField(0x20, 0x6, _data);
      new IntegerField(0x24, 0, _data);
      new IntegerField(0x28, 0, _data);
      new IntegerField(0x34, 0, _data);
      new IntegerField(0x38, 0x1000, _data);
      
      // Initialize the variables
      _bat_count = 0;
      _sbat_count = 0;
      _xbat_count = 0;
      _property_start = POIFSConstants.END_OF_CHAIN;
      _sbat_start = POIFSConstants.END_OF_CHAIN;
      _xbat_start = POIFSConstants.END_OF_CHAIN;
   }
   
    private static byte[] readFirst512(InputStream stream) throws IOException {
      // Grab the first 512 bytes
      // (For 4096 sized blocks, the remaining 3584 bytes are zero)
      byte[] data = new byte[512];
      int bsCount = IOUtils.readFully(stream, data);
      if(bsCount != 512) {
         throw alertShortRead(bsCount);
      }
      return data;
    }

    private static IOException alertShortRead(int pRead) {
        int read = Math.max(pRead, 0);
        //Can't have -1 bytes read in the error message!
        String type = " byte" + (read == 1 ? (""): ("s"));

        return new IOException("Unable to read entire header; "
                + read + type + " read; expected 512 bytes");
    }

    /**
     * get start of Property Table
     *
     * @return the index of the first block of the Property Table
     */
    public int getPropertyStart() {
        return _property_start;
    }
   /**
    * Set start of Property Table
    *
    * @param startBlock the index of the first block of the Property Table
    */
   public void setPropertyStart(final int startBlock) {
       _property_start = startBlock;
   }

    /**
     * @return start of small block (MiniFAT) allocation table
     */
    public int getSBATStart() {
        return _sbat_start;
    }
    public int getSBATCount() {
       return _sbat_count;
    }
    
   /**
    * Set start of small block allocation table
    *
    * @param startBlock the index of the first big block of the small
    *                   block allocation table
    */
   public void setSBATStart(final int startBlock) {
       _sbat_start = startBlock;
   }
   /**
    * Set count of SBAT blocks
    *
    * @param count the number of SBAT blocks
    */
   public void setSBATBlockCount(final int count)
   {
      _sbat_count = count;
   }

    /**
     * @return number of BAT blocks
     */
    public int getBATCount() {
        return _bat_count;
    }
   /**
    * Sets the number of BAT blocks that are used.
    * This is the number used in both the BAT and XBAT. 
    */
   public void setBATCount(final int count) {
      _bat_count = count;
   }

    /**
     * Returns the offsets to the first (up to) 109
     *  BAT sectors.
     * Any additional BAT sectors are held in the XBAT (DIFAT)
     *  sectors in a chain.
     * @return BAT offset array
     */
    public int[] getBATArray() {
      // Read them in
        int[] result = new int[ Math.min(_bat_count,_max_bats_in_header) ];
        int offset = _bat_array_offset;
        for (int j = 0; j < result.length; j++) {
            result[ j ] = LittleEndian.getInt(_data, offset);
            offset     += LittleEndianConsts.INT_SIZE;
        }
        return result;
    }
    /**
     * Sets the offsets of the first (up to) 109
     *  BAT sectors.
     */
    public void setBATArray(int[] bat_array) {
       int count = Math.min(bat_array.length, _max_bats_in_header);
       int blank = _max_bats_in_header - count;
       
      int offset = _bat_array_offset;
       for(int i=0; i<count; i++) {
          LittleEndian.putInt(_data, offset, bat_array[i]);
         offset += LittleEndianConsts.INT_SIZE;
       }
       for(int i=0; i<blank; i++) {
         LittleEndian.putInt(_data, offset, POIFSConstants.UNUSED_BLOCK);
         offset += LittleEndianConsts.INT_SIZE;
       }
    }

    /**
     * @return XBAT (DIFAT) count
     */
    public int getXBATCount() {
        return _xbat_count;
    }
    /**
     * Sets the number of XBAT (DIFAT) blocks used
     */
    public void setXBATCount(final int count) {
       _xbat_count = count;
    }

    /**
     * @return XBAT (DIFAT) index
     */
    public int getXBATIndex() {
        return _xbat_start;
    }
    /**
     * Sets the first XBAT (DIFAT) block location
     */
   public void setXBATStart(final int startBlock) {
      _xbat_start = startBlock;
  }

    /**
     * @return The Big Block size, normally 512 bytes, sometimes 4096 bytes
     */
    public POIFSBigBlockSize getBigBlockSize() {
        return bigBlockSize;
    }
    
   /**
    * 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 writeData(final OutputStream stream) throws IOException {
      // Update the counts and start positions 
      new IntegerField(_bat_count_offset,      _bat_count, _data);
      new IntegerField(_property_start_offset, _property_start, _data);
      new IntegerField(_sbat_start_offset,     _sbat_start, _data);
      new IntegerField(_sbat_block_count_offset, _sbat_count, _data);
      new IntegerField(_xbat_start_offset,      _xbat_start, _data);
      new IntegerField(_xbat_count_offset,      _xbat_count, _data);
      
      // Write the main data out
      stream.write(_data, 0, 512);
      
      // Now do the padding if needed
      for(int i=POIFSConstants.SMALLER_BIG_BLOCK_SIZE; i<bigBlockSize.getBigBlockSize(); i++) {
         stream.write(0);
      }
   }
}

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