URL to PDF

Stable Version 1.2 (Older)
Published on 17 March 2011 by 
Created on 24 February 2010
Details
With this component you can transform a web page (URL) in a PDF or an image. This approach can be used to generate PDF's out of internal application pages which can in turn be downloaded to the user as PDF's.
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The URL to PDF component is an easy to integrate solution with which, a programmer, can transform a
web page in a PDF or an image.

This approach can be used to generate PDF's out of internal application pages which can in turn be
downloaded to the users.

Explore the sample eSpace by checking out the PDF Generation Page where you can insert a URL and download the respective PDF.

You can also expand the extended configuration and define an extra set of parameters for the PDF generation.

DISCLAIMER: This component includes a trial license of HTML to PDF Converter for .NET from Winnovative. To buy a production license please go to http://www.winnovative-software.com/

Feature List
- Direct generation of a PDF from a URL with default configuration;
- Extended generation of a PDF with selectable text, PDF with image or PNG, GIF, BMP, etc;
- Multiple page formats from A0 to A10, including Letter and Legal
- Javascript support for complex pages
- For a complete list of features and to buy a production license please go to Winnovative Website (http://www.winnovative-software.com/)

System Requirements and Limitations
- Service Studio 5.0.2+
- Integration Studio 5.0.2+

What’s new (1.2)
Added Features
Compatible with OutSystems 5.1

BugFixes
The previous version was including an old version of HttpRequestHandler that was incompatible with OutSystems 5.1
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This component is not supported by OutSystems. You may use the discussion forums to leave suggestions or obtain best-effort support from the community, including from Miguel Baltazar who created this component.
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URL to PDF has no dependencies.
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