Posts Tagged ‘pdf’

How to Add Password Protection to PDF using iText in Java

iText is very powerful library. It is used extensively to create PDF files in Java applications. Although not free, iText is the de-fecto Java library for working with PDF files. It has been extensively used in different Java related products for generating and manipulating PDF files.Let us see how iText can be used to set password ...

Generate Pie Chart/Bar Graph in PDF using iText & JFreeChart

Generate Pie Chart/Bar Graph in PDF using iText & JFreeChart
iText is a wonderful library if you want to generate PDFs in Java. It comes with a huge set of API to create/manage a PDF file. We already saw in our previous tutorial how to generate a pdf file in itext and also how to merge ...

iText tutorial: Merge & Split PDF files using iText JAR

iText tutorial: Merge & Split PDF files using iText JAR
In previous article about Generating PDF files using iText JAR, Kiran Hegde had described a nice and basic way of generating PDF files in Java using iTest JAR. It is a great starter tutorial for those who wants to start working with iText. In one of the requirement, I had to merge two or ...

PDF Generation in Java using iText JAR

PDF Generation in Java using iText JAR
Generating PDF files in today's enterprise applications is quite common. Doing this with Java is not an easy task as Java does not gives default api's to handle PDF files. No worries, iText jar is for you.iText is a free Java-PDF library that allows you to generate PDF files on the fly (dynamically). iText is an ...

Conversion of text file in PDF and vice versa in UNIX

Yes, this is also a good solution. All you need is to add:\documentclass{article} \begin{document} .... your original text goes here ... \end{document}after that call pdflatex youFIle.tex in your shell script.
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