Category: Tips and tricks

Webservice insert watermark with wsclient

Our link tips for preparation in advance: Further parameters are also documented in our user manual (without examples for use with the wsclient library). Click here for the watermark parameter structure Please also note: The parameters are preset with certain default values. If a default value is specified and does not deviate from your desired




Encryption and password editing with the wsclient library

Here we want to show you the Security operation of the ToolboxWebServices of webPDF and their use with the wsclient library. Please also note our contribution to the webPDF wsclient library: webPDF and Java: very easy with the „wsclient“ library Creating a REST or SOAP Session To be able to call the Webservice, you should




Rotate pages with the wsclient library

In this article we would like to introduce the rotate operation of the toolbox webserices from webPDF and show you how you can use it with the webPDF wsclient library. It is helpful if you have already read the article “The webPDF wsclient library“. Before you start… In order to be able to call the webservice




webPDF now available with Docker Container

If you have already read the article “webPDF 6 available as a virtual machine (VM)” you probably already know that webPDF can be run comfortably and easily in a virtual machine. As another simple and high-performance alternative, we now offer webPDF based on container technology. Use the webPDF container under Docker as a fast and




Use of the REST interface via webPDF wsclient

In this article we would like to show you how you can use the “webPDF wsclient” library (short “wsclient”) in Java to access the webPDF webservices via the REST interface. For this it is helpful if you have already read the article “The webPDF wsclient Library”. An article explaining the use of the SOAP interface




Use of the SOAP interface via webPDF wsclient

In this article we would like to show you how you can use the “webPDF wsclient” library (short “wsclient”) in Java to access the webPDF webservices via the SOAP interface. For this it is helpful if you have already read the article “The webPDF wsclient Library“. An article explaining the use of the REST interface




webPDF and Java: very easy with the “wsclient” library

Did you know…? …that the parameterization of all webservices of webPDF since version 7 has been defined, standardized and even more extensive via XSDs? Using the XML schema http://schema.webpdf.de/1.0/operation.xsd you can easily create your own JAXB stubs for Java (automatable e.g. via XJC). The parameterization of the web service call can thus be mapped easily




Video: How can I convert emails to PDF?

In this video tutorial you can see how to convert e-mails in Outlook (MSG) or MIME (EML) format to PDF using webPDF. Text formatting and graphic elements are retained. You can convert your emails into a PDF so that the message is displayed exactly as the email client displays it. Watch the video to see




Convert documents over bridges with Office and SharePoint

Various possibilities of conversion with webPDF With webPDF it is possible to convert countless formats. Among other things, you can convert HTML and websites into PDF documents very comfortably. In addition, there is the function of e-mail conversion. So you can convert e-mails in Outlook (MSG) or MIME (EML) format into PDF documents. Furthermore, there




How-to: Using the OCR webservice of webPDF 7

In this example the use of the OCR webservice of webPDF is presented. The OCR functions in webPDF are based on tesseract. By default the languages German, English, French, Spanish and Italian are supported. Languages can be added in the tesseract folder (see the webPDF manual for details). Currently languages with a “Multibyte Character Set”