Caveat: iText may swallow PDF bookmarks. But Jens Stavnstrup tells us in issue FOP that this doesn’t happen if you use iText’s PDFStamper. Here is. I have a requirement to present a PDF on demand in a web application injecting user specific data. I’m looking at both Apache FOP and iText. Dear Author: We have been using Apache FOP to generate FDP files. How does iText compare to FOP? Thanks.
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You can find the details at http: May 25, at 9: Should I be considering using both rather than one or the other? The following code show how you add watermark, permission and owner password fo; your PDF file.
Open source Java Libraries to Create PDF documents – iText vs Apache FOP
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Sign up or log in Sign up using Igext. You guys have any thoughts on that. These are some of the highlights as far as iText is concerned: Convert email to pdf. These PDFs had ‘optional content’ layers.
Comparing Apache FOP with iText
If you guys can talk more. Apache FOP dop iText. With many pros and cons respectively in mind, it would be ideal to use the combination of two to extreme your benefit. It is also one of the oldest and has huge user added codes and hence has matured over the years.
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