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Base16Format to pdf in jsp?

 
Ramesh Kumar
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Hi all

i have an base16formated string .which i wanted to print it as a pdf in jsp.is it possible ??

or give your valuable ideas to me !!!


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anybody ??
 
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JSP are not designed to produce binary output.
If you want to produce non-text output (e.g.: PDF), you can use servlets.

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Ramesh Kumar wrote:anybody ??
How rude! after 4 minutes.
 
Ramesh Kumar
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sorry Jan . i will change my way ,any solution in servlet ?
 
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Are you asking how to create a PDF? If so, check out the iText library.

I don't understand what "base16formated string" has to do with it, nor, actually, what you mean by that, so I can't speak to that.
 
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sorry its base64foramatted String .
using it .how can i generate the pdf file .??
 
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So the text you want to put in the PDF is base-64 encoded? You can decode that using any of the publicly available decoder classes, like the one in the Apache Commons Codec library.

There are many tutorials out there on the web on how to create a PDF using iText, including one right here in the JavaRanch FAQ.
 
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thank you Ulf Dittmer
 
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