Delete, insert, rotate pages in PDF viewing and editing component

Q: Does your PDF component, jPDFEditor, support PDF document assembly such as splitting and merging PDFs? A: Yes, jPDFEditor, can do the following: split PDF files / delete pages merge PDF files / append PDF document / insert pages rotate pages permanently reorder pages This can be done through the user interface using the thumbnail […]

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Customizing the signing process in jPDFNotes and jPDFEditor

Q: Is it possible to change the workflow of the signing process in jPDFNotes? A: Yes, you can customize the signature process.  What you are seeing right now is the default implementation of signing a field, which works from a file and prompts the end user to save the file right after signing.  However, you […]

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Non-Latin character in form fields

Q: When I type in non-Latin characters in interactive PDF form fields, some characters vanish or disappear. Why is that so? What can I do to fix this? A: The problem with non-Latin characters (Greek, Russian, Arabic, Hebrew) disappearing after being entered in an interactive text field has to do with the way that fonts […]

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Configuring webeditor, webnotes, webviewer with a config xml file

Q: How can I configure the sample applets PDFWebEditor, PDFWebNotes, PDFWebViewer that Qoppa provides as samples? A: You can configure the applets through a config.xml file by adding it to the applet parameter tag of the HTML: Config:”config.xml” The config.xml file can be used to customize any of our 3 sample applets PDFWebViewer, PDFWebNotes and […]

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Activate OCR in jPDFEditor

As of version 2013R2, jPDFEditor, Qoppa’s Java PDF editing component, has an optional OCR function available. OCR is also available in jPDFNotes and the steps for integration are the same as for jPDFEditor. Follow the instructions below to add an “OCR” button to the toolbar so your users can perform OCR on PDF documents open in   Qoppa’s visual […]

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What is jPDFEditor

jPDFEditor is a PDF Reader / Annotator / Form Filler / Editor for Java. It is a Java Swing component to: View and markup PDF documents with all kind of graphical or text markup annotations Fill interactive PDF forms. Digitally sign PDF documents Edit or Redact content in PDF document (Text, Image, Path objects) jPDFEditor is […]

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Java PDF OCR library sdk

Qoppa offers a PDF OCR solution for Java which supports most languages, including English, German, French, and Spanish as well as Chinese, Japanese and Korean. It is available for Windows®, Mac OS X® and Linux®, in 32 and 64 bit. This is a clean, production-level Java integration of the well-known Tesseract engine with Qoppa’s own advanced […]

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JavaScript Support in Java PDF Libraries and Components

Q: Does Qoppa’s PDF library products support JavaScript? A: Yes, Qoppa’s Java PDF libraries and components do support JavaScript. How is JavaScript used in PDF documents? Mostly, JavaScript is used in interactive PDF forms in field actions to calculate the value of fields, validate field data to prevent invalid entry and format special fields such […]

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