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Caveat: iText may swallow PDF bookmarks. But Jens Stavnstrup tells us in issue FOP that this doesn’t happen if you use iText’s PDFStamper. Here is. I have a requirement to present a PDF on demand in a web application injecting user specific data. I’m looking at both Apache FOP and iText. Dear Author: We have been using Apache FOP to generate FDP files. How does iText compare to FOP? Thanks.

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In most of cases, you would use the xml file to hold the main file content, which will be transformed by XSL-FO template. Hi, Itedt of all very interesting blog.

Many of you would have definitely heard about iTextit’s the standard Java library for creating PDF files, but iText 5. A cursory examination of the iText site didn’t reveal any comparable list of compliance with the standard – if you find one, please post itexg location.

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IText has its own free 1 day conference http: Below is my short comparison on when to use which, Apache FOP If you want to have a fine grained control over the presentation and the layout of the PDF. February 6, at 7: How easy is it to write an application with different libraries and how easy is it to maintain the code.

Can you take Spring certification without Pivotal And then you can use it where is appropriate. Can’t load IA bit. Stack Overflow works best with JavaScript enabled. Java and Adobe Acrobat.

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September 3, at 7: There are a lot of pdf libraries out there like pdfsharp. That makes the cost for using PdfBox high.

Itexxt have people solved this problem? Bill [ March 11, Why String is Immutable in Java?

I could go on for hours on this topic, there are just too many differences to sum up. I’m going to forward this question to our marketing people, to see what can be made public. Because iText allows you to define the layout in a more accurate way, and because iText is much faster than FOP. In the book, there’s an example of a map of a city.

Both libraries have been around for a while so I assume people have, but I don’t see much comment on this fact online. Below is my short comparison on when to use which. This code works perfect to run as a stand alone application, but will cause a SAX parser exception if you run it as a web application.

Which one should we go for or should we use the combination of two? Why not take a look at pdfbox? Sep 3, Home Products Product overview iText 7: Writing thd XSL can also be a challenge. It’s an FOP port to Java5: Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published.

Java Revisited: Open source Java Libraries to Create PDF documents – iText vs Apache FOP

There’s a reference to using the older version, but it’s unclear if the latest outcome in the Oracle vs. Response Output as PDF. Would recommend iTextSharp any day. I have been using jasperreports for foop for producing documents such as insurance quotes, cover letters, etc. The good thing about iText is that it’s available in both Java and C.

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It seems to me that iText is a better fit for what we’re doing. You can have any other format that FOP support.

Might be following article can help a bit. These are some of the highlights as far as iText is concerned: You are commenting using your Facebook account.

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More stories about this issue could fo; found at http: It is contagious, very cool, and lot of fun. Email required Address never made public. From my point of view Apache licenses are more appropriate for commercial uses. Your email address will not be published. April 2, at Sieve of Eratosthenes Algorithm to generate Prime However, none of them could solve the problem eventually.

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