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Topic: web based dynamic PDF creation
Conf: (P-PDF) Beginners, Msg: 154995
From: Tomw
Date: 10/8/2006 01:31 AM

I have articles available for download from the web. From time to time I may wish to alter the intro, stamps, watermarks etc that accompany or are part of these these articles. Rather than having to remake them and re-upload them one-by-one I think it would be better to have some server based software on my server that would quickly and easily and dynamically alter the content of my online PDFs to add a new introduction page, additional page, stamps, watermark etc. to any new article selected for download by the viewer.
A second way of doing the same might be to use an online service that perhaps would host my PDFs an would allow me to control the dynamic-recreation of the PDFs and provide me with a never changing URL for each online PDF.
Does anyone know what software and or service I could use to accomplish this?

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