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create pdf from html string using itext

 
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Hi ,
I want to create pdf from the string containg html data, thought it works fine with English content but does not work when i try to convert it with japan, china, taiwan korea content.

My code snipet is as below:



Please let us know what can be done, its very urgent.

thanks in advance
 
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Hi,

This is an encoding problem. iText is not using utf-8 .Check that.

Vishal
 
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Hi Vishal,
thanks for quick reply,
can you suggest , how can i tweak my code to make it work?
thanks
 
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Jigar Gajjar wrote:Hi Vishal,
thanks for quick reply,
can you suggest , how can i tweak my code to make it work?
thanks



you can check this link. But first, are you sure that your htmlStr is holding the correct encoded string, if not , you need to correct that first.
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