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Topic: Modifing PDF
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 33777
From: Murali77
Date: 1/29/2002 05:53 PM

Hai Friends

Does anybody worked on Modifying the content of PDF files? I need to Read the PDF file and want to add some content of my own in the Existing PDF file through Java. I read the PDF Spec to understand how they are writing PDF files. So currently i understood the Structure of PDF files and how we can read the PDF file and even with the help of Etymon Package i am able to see the contents of the PDF file objects. With the help of the Existing Etymon Package , i tried to add my own text as a PjStream and Registered the Object and after that i recreated the Whole PDF.
It creates a PDF but when i try to open the PDf it is telling Error Occured while opening the PDF file.

A helping hand needed.

regards
Murali





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