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Pandit Pandit
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Hi, Please any one can tell me how to linearized the pdf, so that it can be served one page at a time.It would be great if you provide me some code for the servlet, As i need to do it through servlet.
 
Frank Jorga
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You cannot "re-linearize" a PFD file.
You have to do this at building time as you need special Objects in your file and you have to obey a certain order of their appearance.
Maybe there are tools from Adobe, but as far as i know theres nothing in Java

For further Information see PDF Specification 1.4 Appendix F (Available from Adobe)
 
Pandit Pandit
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Thanks Frank for reply,
I think, I couldn't explain my problem properly. Actually, I need byte serving through servlet for pdf.As, I search the net,I am sure it can be done, Infact I have some code but I am not able to run it properly.
Again, Thank you very much Frank
[ December 19, 2004: Message edited by: Pandit Pandit ]
 
sawan parihar
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Hi,
I don't remember exactly but i think tomcat4 doesn't supports it. If it does then it has some issues.

http://issues.apache.org/bugzilla/query.cgi

cheers
 
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