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Converting Tiff to PDF

 
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Can you pls help me the code to convert TIFF to PDF Format,
 
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that gives even one more question...

"Can we do it using servelts/jsp technology?"
 
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I have used the Apache FOP project to create PDFs in a servlet environment. According to this page the TIFF format is supported by FOP to some extent. According to this page, the popular iText toolkit supports TIFF graphics.

I suggest your first step should be getting a TIFF to PDF conversion working in a stand-alone application.

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[ March 13, 2007: Message edited by: William Brogden ]
 
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Might you be looking for something like Tiff2Pdf?
 
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TIFF is the standard image encoding scheme in PostScript, and PDF is a specialized type of PostScript. So if you are so inclined, you can take a TIFF, wrap it with the appropriate surrounding data, and emerge as a PDF.

Which is a pretty straightforward job for a servlet. You probably could do it as a JSP without too much trouble.
 
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Thanks i got it
 
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