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Need web app to create documents: Apache FOP or Adobe PostScript?

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I'm looking to create a web application that creates a document based on what you input.

The two options I see are:

-have a php/asp script that creates a postscript document, then uses a command line call, to use ghostscript to convert the postscript to pdf

or

-use apache FOP.

I'll be working in asp/iis invironment, but I want to try out a linux solution too. Can anyone shed some light on this, or give their experiences?
Dec 3 '07 #1
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hi ...

i'm quite sure that PHP has enough possibilities to directly create pdf-documents ... you may have a look here ... for example

kind regards
Jan 2 '08 #2
Try using eQuill (www.equill.nl)

You can define a report from an ODBC (MySQL, ...) datasource.
You can then use pageheaders/pagefooters/groupings/etc... to define your report.

eQuill will generate a PDF that you can send back to the browser.
Jan 29 '08 #3

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