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Hi,

I'd like to generate PDF files from my Php website.
I've found PDFLib to make it... but i'd like to have your views.

It is the best I can find ?
Are there any other PDF generating lib ?
Is there a totally free PDF generating lib ?

Thanks in advance,

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Jul 17 '05 #1
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On Sat, 12 Jun 2004 19:45:06 +0200, "paul" <pa**@nospam.org> wrote:
Is there a totally free PDF generating lib ?


www.fpdf.org for starters ;-)

I think there exists another free pdf-classlib which is even more
powerfull, but I had good experience with fpdf.

Regards

Marian

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Jul 17 '05 #2

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> www.fpdf.org for starters ;-)

I think there exists another free pdf-classlib which is even more
powerfull, but I had good experience with fpdf.


Powerful & free... great !
Thank you very much !

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Jul 17 '05 #3

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paul wrote:
Hi,

I'd like to generate PDF files from my Php website.
I've found PDFLib to make it... but i'd like to have your views.

It is the best I can find ?
Are there any other PDF generating lib ?
Is there a totally free PDF generating lib ?

Thanks in advance,

--
paul


Take a look at www.fpdf.org. We've had great results with it. If you want to
see just how complex you can get with fpdf go to http://www.jaya123.com, log
into DEMO (no personal info required) and click on Reports and look at some.

Al

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See why at:http://www.jaya123.com ('ja-eye-ah' means
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Jul 17 '05 #4

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> Take a look at www.fpdf.org. We've had great results with it. If you want
to
see just how complex you can get with fpdf go to http://www.jaya123.com, log into DEMO (no personal info required) and click on Reports and look at some.
Al

***
JAYA123 - the new web-based total-office system for the
small biz. Order entry, billing, bookkeeping, etc. for $14.95
a month. Everyone says "It's cool as a moose!!"
See why at:http://www.jaya123.com ('ja-eye-ah' means
'victory' in Sanskrit.)
***


Thank you for your infos :-)

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paul
Jul 17 '05 #5

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Take a look at www.fpdf.org. We've had great results with it. If you want to see just how complex you can get with fpdf go to http://www.jaya123.com, log into DEMO (no personal info required) and click on Reports and look at some.


have the fpdf library function to import existing pdf for change it as a
template ?

Thanks - Antony

Jul 17 '05 #6

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cure wrote:
have the fpdf library function to import existing pdf for change it as a
template ?

Thanks - Antony

No. It has been asked before on the fpdf forum and TTTBOMK youcan't do this
with the existing fpdf set of classes.

However check the FAQ of www.fpdf.org as maybe this limitation has changed.
Actually, I don't know of any set of pdf classes that will let you do this.
Did you try PDFlib (or something like that)? Maybe that product will do what
you want.... although it is not open source and there would be some kind of a
fee to be paid I believe.

Al C.
Adams-Blake Company, Inc.
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small biz. Order entry, billing, bookkeeping, etc. for $14.95
a month. Everyone says "It's cool as a moose!!"
See why at:http://www.jaya123.com ('ja-eye-ah' means
'victory' in Sanskrit.)
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