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Topic: Which is the easiest COM component
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 76489
From: paulrhoads
Date: 11/15/2002 07:22 AM


I was wondering what feedback people have as to the easiest to use COM+ component that allows users to easily and dynamically create PDF files. I haven't used any yet and have heard/read about Pdflib and others.

My scenario:
Take in HTML form entries and using ASP/COM+ generate a PDF file based on those entries.

Another VERY nice to have would be the ability to take an existing PDF file and add these HTML form entries on top of it. Basically I have a very complex form that exists and I just need to add entries via the web and recreate the file.


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