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I know that I could generate a bunch of PS code and package it myself but I'd prefer something a little less tricksy at this stage. I have had good success using SharpPDF. Its open source. Free PDF Generator. Our usage is via the COM interface, but it does support a. NET interface. I have been looking for a high performing docx to pdf tool for a while now.
Our system has an e-government aspect and is generating a very high number of reports to the user community. At this point, performance is paramount. Earlier tools I have used did not do simultaneous conversion, instead each exe needed to wait for completion of the other. I have tried Aspose.
Secondly, the speed of conversion is way better due to the fact that multiple jobs run in parallel. Thirdly, not only fast, but even with no formatting errors. Considering that we are providing a multi-lingual system and some reports include both English and Arabic fields mind right-to-left alignment! And finally, the file size was quite small, which again is very important as tens of thousands of documents are created through our system.
Our first implementation was Microsoft Office Interop library. We convert docx to pdf documents by using below code. This library converts the docx documents to pdf files perfectly and we decided to upload this to report generation server. But after a while, we noticed that conversion operations are waiting for each executable.
This causes a big delay on converting the documents at the same time and that's why we start to search a new tool for converting docx files to pdf files. See Image. Below code shows the how to convert docx documents to pdf files by using Aspose. Words for. NET tool. See Image 2. They support all sorts of scenarios and digital signing of the pdf. NET app - that's all! I'm not privy to all the reasons that we went that direction the decision was made by a senior developer , but I can tell you that:.
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I am checking this out. Right - this looks simple enough to use right away. Does tables and images which is great. Thank you OrbMan. Akshay Akshay I use this one myself and it is great. The nice thing is that it also allows you to add passwords to existing PDF files, which was something I couldn't find with some of the other libraries out there.
I too have used itextsharp in the past. It's excellent from what I can remember. I believe I also tried the. Looks like the last version is from , and built for. NET 1. Anything newer out there? Turbulent Intellect: Last Update: May 25 from: sourceforge.
I've used it in the past and liked it. The API is a mess though, so expect a learning curve beyond your usual. Victor 4 4 silver badges 9 9 bronze badges. Unfortunately, Siberix Technologies shut down its business on December 1st, Vitaliy Fedorchenko Vitaliy Fedorchenko 5, 2 2 gold badges 28 28 silver badges 30 30 bronze badges. Aleksandr Kovalev 2, 3 3 gold badges 26 26 silver badges 29 29 bronze badges.
First of all, it was very easy and seamless to integrate and deploy in our project. Very smooth. See Image Below code shows the how to convert docx documents to pdf files by using Aspose. Emre Yilmaz Emre Yilmaz 11 2 2 bronze badges.
Stephen Wrighton Stephen Wrighton 31k 6 6 gold badges 61 61 silver badges 84 84 bronze badges. We do this here msdn. Not too hard to use, but note that it uses SQL Server Reporting Services to do server-based generation but not local generation.
Local generation is local to the ASP. Net application as opposed to the server generation which occurs on the SQL Server itself. Fran Knebels Fran Knebels. I'm not privy to all the reasons that we went that direction the decision was made by a senior developer , but I can tell you that: It seems to be in active development.
It had most of the features we needed. The source code is available. Although it used some patterns and conventions that I hadn't seen before, once I got on to them, it was fairly easy to make the changes. I added support for using the System. Image directly rather than as saving files. It is not documented well either internally or externally. Robert Gowland Robert Gowland 6, 5 5 gold badges 39 39 silver badges 54 54 bronze badges.
It is a processor that converts XML documents into formatted page-oriented output intended for human consumption. The formatted output file moves along the outgoing data connections, a log file with feedback on the conversion process moves along the outgoing log connections. If the formatting was successful, both files move along the success connections, otherwise they move along the error connections. Refer to Version requirements for third-party applications for more information on the third-party application required by this configurator. This configurator implements the following mechanisms to detect the presence of the corresponding third-party application.
Xml2PDF formatting engine version 2.1 released