I need to use the \u1E0F character in a document, but when I use it with a specific font, the character isn't shown. What can I do to check if the font has this character?
I'm able to display English characters but I'm not able to display Arabic characters.
Can u please help me on this?
BaseFont bf_helv = BaseFont.createFont(BaseFont.HELVETICA, "Cp1256", false);
PdfContentByte cb = writer.getDirectContent();
cb.showTextAligned(PdfContentByte.ALIGN_CENTER, text + " Center", 250, y_line1, 0);
I have received a set of pdf files that can't be parsed using the iText PDF text extracting classes. All characters are meaningless; they don't correspond with the actual text on the page when viewed in Adobe Reader.
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I own a copy of the book, but the book is all about using iText, the Java version. I'm using iTextSharp, the C# port. What are the main differences between iText and iTextSharp?
How do I get the Field Description/Tooltip (Alternate Field Name) using a C# (C-Sharp) program?
I found the following FAQ: "How can I add a tooltip to a text field? You need to set the /TU key in the field dictionary with the setUserName() method. This is an alternate name that’s used in place of the actual field name wherever the field is identified in
the UI. This alternate field name will show up when the user moves the mouse pointer over the field."
I need to get the "User Name"? How do I do it?
I have looked at the examples. You can fill a PDF template, but i would like fill '.odt' Templates. Is it possible to fill a '.odt' template using iText?
I want to merge 2 pdf files and show the prepopulated data in pdf fields and leave them editable. Before merge process, I need to get data from the database and populate the pdf acrofields. I am getting 2 PdfReader objects for 2 pdf files after populating pdf files with data and I try concatenating the files using PdfCopy. Now app is opening and merging the 2 pdf files successfully but not showing any DB data that was populated.
I am merging multiple PDF documents into a single PDF. Each of the initial documents may contain a distinct PdfOutline (Bookmark tree) which I need to preserve in the final merged document. Since all of the individual documents are related in content, I would like to create a single contiguous PdfOutline in the merged document. I have accomplished a pseudo-solution by using PdfCopy to add imported pages from each individual document and I also preserve the existing bookmarks by adding them to a master ArrayList> object.
I have a web page which contains details of a product. Part of this is a number of options, which the user can select using radio buttons. I want to be able to generate a PDF which summarises the selections made, along with general information from the page (description, pricing etc.) Not all of this data is in form fields, but I think I can pass a memory object back to the server, which can be interrogated to produce the PDF.
Can I generate the PDF and save it to a Folder and filename selected by the user, and which is on the user's PC, rather than somewhere on the server.