I just got my book and haven't learned a thing yet.
But I'm eager to know if I could incude barcode in the pdf files using iText.
Thanks in advance.
We want to upgrade our current version of iText (v2.1.7) to the latest available version. Are there any incompatiblities to be expected?
We've checked the current
PdfReader.getLinks() method and we've found out that this feature is broken and only supports direct links only (pdf links with a dests directory don't work nor links defined for PDF 1.3 or newer).
While generating Demand Report in PDF file of more that 300 pages in our web application, we are getting pdf exception File has been damaged and cannot be repaired". If it is less than 300 pages the report is working fine.
Is there a limit on the number of pages in a PDF generated by iText?
While clicking a hyperlink in a PDF we've generated pdf and shown in a popup window the URL is not opening in a separate popup window. Instead it's replacing the existing popup window. Is there any way in iText we can able to open in a separate popup window?
I have a project that I am moving from itextsharp v 4.1.2 to v 5.1
In the document I have HeaderFooter objects for header and page numbers but that object does not appear to exist in the new version.
The only reference I can find in the new book is to use page events. Is this the new recommendation and are there c# examples?
I need to create a PDF that has to be sent by mail. The PDF may not be stored as a file on disk. How can I do this?
I received a message saying "Open the insert that is added to the printed copy of iText in Action - Second Edition" but I can't find that insert.
Hello, Not sure if this is the right place to post this question, but here goes.
I have an input text file of 1400 pages that I need to write out to a number of output PDF files, each one containing no more than 500 pages.
I have the code pretty much written, but I'm having trouble with closing one document and starting another.
Could someone help me out please?
Is it possible to force a table row to be placed on the next page even if it would fit on the current page, i.e., creating a page break within a table?
If the table is partially written to the document (section 4.3.3), could document.newpage be used between the partial table adds? Would the table header then correctly appear after the newpage?