Zhang Ye wrote:As far as I understand, the "user password" is quite secure, as long as you have a strong password...
jiten kothari wrote:there you go
Thanuja Vishwanath wrote:Please help and provide any link for reference and good tutorial.
ahmed dohar wrote:Hi,
I didn't find how much the license at you site I just found the categories of the license
ahmed dohar wrote:Hi,
Can I read already pdf file and edit it using Itext
Hauke Ingmar Schmidt wrote:Thank you.
I am not the implementing this, so I will have to talk to the developer to get hard facts.
The document consists of different pages with different templates. The pages are merged into one document after processing. If I regenerate the PDFs as pure pages, i.e. if I print them with a PDF writer or let the media designer do some Adobe magic, the file size is much smaller than the files generated by iText. This lead me to the assumption that there is a form overhead that could be removed by a (simple?) conversion.
Hauke Ingmar Schmidt wrote:I am not sure about the consequences.
When programming an in-house application, the obligation to give the users access to the source code is trivial. But has this any consequences when the generated documents are distributed?
Hauke Ingmar Schmidt wrote:Hej,
we are evaluating to use iText for invoice generation. Right now we have PDF forms that work as layout templates. Filling in and generating the PDFs works. But as soon as fields are filled in the generated PDFs get quite large, from a few kilobytes to megabytes. What is the best way to avoid this? The generated invoices do not need to have any form-related functionality; is it a bad idea to use forms as templates?
Kuba Zygmunt wrote:edit: I use PDFSmartCopy to merge multiple PDFs, however I wonder if there is something which can compress the output file.
ahmed dohar wrote:Is Itext support for different encoding can write utf8 as arabic language, and what about images and graphs?
ahmed dohar wrote:Is itext free and open source?
Josh Hesketh wrote:Hi Bruno, i was looking at your previous editor of itext in action a few months ago.
Josh Hesketh wrote:I realise since iText gets quite regular updates there's need for a new book but is there anything else you've put in there that you didnt put in the last?
Josh Hesketh wrote:Whats the plans for the future of iText now? Is there anything in the book about getting involved in the community and contributing back to iText?
Gian Franco wrote:Could you please elaborate on the digital signatures in pdf.
Gian Franco wrote:In your experience what is the acceptance of pdf's digital
signatures in governmental and/or private companies.
Gian Franco wrote:Does pdf, and consequently iText, cover a good part of what
is generally asked from digital signatures or is its acceptance
a business and not a technical issue.