Print Operation of the webPDF ToolboxWebService

Coding Example: Webservice Printing using the webPDF wsclient library Important note: The following coding example is based on the use of the webPDF wsclient library. In order to understand and apply the example, the following blog post should be considered first: webPDF und Java: mit der „wsclient“ Bibliothek ganz einfach We would like to introduce




The PDF Days 2020

As usual in recent years, the PDF Days Europe will take place in April 2020 in Berlin, organized by the PDF Association. The many different PDF formats are used for countless document applications. Currently, scans and 3D models for forms are also on the agenda, two growing areas of application that can be explored at




Coding example: toolbox forms operation

How to export, import or flatten form data with the wsclient library? Important note: The following coding example is based on the use of the webPDF wsclient library. In order to understand and apply the example, the following blog post should be considered first: webPDF and Java: very easy with the „wsclient“ library Here we




webPDF Toolbox Delete: Remove Pages

This is about an application description with code examples for the Delete Operation of the webPDF ToolboxWebService. Important note: The following coding example is based on the use of the webPDF wsclient library. In order to understand and apply the example, the following blog post should be considered first: webPDF und Java: mit der „wsclient“




Case study: Processing forms with webPDF

Automatic processing of attached PDF documents On the basis of a concrete project example one can best show the application areas and functional characteristics of webPDF. Some of our customers come from the insurance industry, for example. We always work closely together with our customers and implement many individual wishes accordingly. This concrete case study




Creating portfolios with the webPDF wsclient library

In this article we would like to show an example (Portfolio Operation) how you can use operations of the webPDF Toolbox Webservices with the help of the wsclient library. Important note: The following coding example is based on the use of the webPDF wsclient library. In order to understand and apply the example, the following




webPDF 8.0 is now launched

Latest update: Release webPDF 8.0 It’s time! webPDF is now available as platform-independent PDF server in the new version 8. Our professional PDF solution for companies has been reworked and now includes some new features concerning installation, administration, various webservices and especially the completely reworked webPDF Portal. The complete feature list as an overview of




webPDF 8: Operation Outline – Part 4:

Presentation of further ActionTypes Continuation of part 3: The following parameters and subelements can be selected for a setOCGState Action: The “layerState” object This object selects layers of the document and determines the logic according to which the layer visibility is to be changed. SetOCGStateActionType.LayerState layerState = new SetOCGStateActionType.LayerState(); setOCGState.getLayerState().add(layerState); Am layerState Objekt lassen sich




webPDF 8: Operation Outline – Part 3:

To the AnnotationSelection object Continuation of part 2: An AnnotationSelection object is used to select the modified annotations. Several annotations can be selected. The “annotationSelection” object Several of the ActionTypes defined here modify annotations of the document. An AnnotationSelection object is used to select such an annotation. (Here the hide action is used as an




webPDF 8: Operation Outline – Part 2:

Presentation of further ActionTypes Continuation of part 1: fitRectangle-Destination Jumps to a selected page and fits the selected rectangular page section into the view. FitRectangleDestinationType fitRectangleDestination = new FitRectangleDestinationType(); goTo.setDestination(fitHeightDestination); The following parameters can be set for a fitRectangleDestination: page (default value: “1”) Specifies the page to jump to. fitRectangleDestination.setPage(1); leftOffset (default value: “0”) Sets