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Topic: HTML to PDF conversion
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 102680
From: harish7447
Date: 12/19/2003 10:27 PM


hello all

I have created a dynamic jsp[with chart images] page which contains tables with blue borders, static images, and dynamic tables and images[charts] created using loops with the data from the database. The jsp page is completely ready. no problem in that.

but the problem is that i need this jsp as a PDF on the fly. The PDF must have the same look and feel as the jsp page and the hyperlinks are needed . is this possible? please reply immediately. very urgent.

please suggest the best software or pdf library that will render the exact replica of the output. For example. all softwares i use gave a black border instead of blue, and also the links are not working at all


regards
harish

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