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Re: [iText-questions] Urgetn help needed with simple question!

Xavier Le Vourch

2007-10-10

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bleuciel musicien wrote:
>
>
> Very simple question:
>
> Input   byte[] of tiff image
> Output   byte[] of PDF
>
>
> Please tell EXACTLY which methods on which classes I have to call to
> do this.


Very simple answer: read the fine documentation :)

Complete answer with EXACT methods: ask for consulting rates...

Intermediate answer: here are some pointers to get you started, starting
with the tutorial example and then the classes you'll need to look at to
adapt the code.

Tiff example in the tutorial:

http://itextdocs.lowagie.com/tutorial/objects/images/tiff/index.php#top

TiffImage API:

http://itext.ugent.be/library/api/com/lowagie/text/pdf/codec/TiffImage.html

RandomAccessFileOrArray constructor for byte[] argument:

http://itext.ugent.be/library/api/com/lowagie/text/pdf/RandomAccessFileOrArray.html#RandomAccessFileOrArray(byte[])

ByteArrayOutputStream:

http://java.sun.com/j2se/1.5.0/docs/api/java/io/ByteArrayOutputStream.html


With those links, you should be able to modify the tutorial example code
to use a ByteArrayOutputStream for output, create a
RandomAccessFileOrArray object from the byte input and use the TiffImage
methods to create the pdf.

Short of writing the code/assignment myself, that's all I can provide
for now...


Xavier



> Please an accurate answer.
>
> THANKS A LOT FOR YOUR HELP.
>
> Niko.
>


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Xavier Le Vourch
Brittany Software, Inc.
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