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Jofconverter Open Source Projects. I want to convert, for example, http: I found iText solutions, but i still haven’t made them to work. Any experience with this?
All useful hints are welcome! Do you mean for arbitrary HTML?
Thank you for the reply, Ulf! I htmp conversion for generic HTML. I suppose that I’m not the first who needs this I’m new to Open Office.
Can you post more details about setup and Java code for Pdf generation, please? I posted this on Open Office forum too.
But I believe that the JODConverter library makes the process significantly easier, so you may want to look jodconvetrer that first. I found JODConverter on: It doesn’t support html extensions?
I’d pass the link, and expect page as a pdf document. Give it a try, it not only converts html but a lot more.
Java Code Examples of ntFormat
I’m looking after examples. JODConverter is working on Tomcat.
That is exactly what I need. If you have any hint that will speed-up my digging, post it please.
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In the meanwhile I found btml I set it up, but it’s not working for all websites Any experience with this approach? How to build this in Java? It’s the right thing to do. Another posting on other forum: It adds a footer to each page with a logo and advertisement. Don’t get me started about those stupid light bulbs.