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Tonight I used the iTextSharp libraries to transform RSS into the iTextSharp XML dialect, then transform it into PDF. This library is awesome and open source. If you haven't checked it out, I suggest you do. It is a .NET implementation of a Java library set called iText so some of the method names might bug you :D. I forgot how clean (and dirty) C# can actually be until I opened the source to make it support stream as input to the XmlParser instead of the filepath string it supports today. Posted on Friday, February 20, 2004 7:48 PM .NET , Xml | Back to top

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Hi Jeff, how are you?

We are currently making use of iTextSharp in our project that takes a sales quote, writes it in XML format and then uses iTextSharp to convert the XML file to PDF using the XSLT.

The problem I am having is getting it to work when deployed. It works perfectly on the development machine but only produces a PDF file with 0 bytes for size which is not correct.

Have you ran into that problem?


Left by Gerry on Aug 31, 2004 9:41 AM

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