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Topic: Looking for a PDF component
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 134059
From: popsovy
Date: 6/8/2005 02:34 AM

Hello,

I am a software developer, and I recently wrote a utility that sends email from database servers. My utility currently sends output in Text and HTML formats, but I also would like to provide an option to send the output in the PDF format.

I would be very grateful if members of this forum could recommend a component that
- can be used to convert plain text data grids to PDF
- can run unattended in the server environment
- can be licensed for redistribution as a part of a different application
- has a small installation footprint
- Can convert HTML to PDF this is not required

Thanks for your recommendation!

Evgueni




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