Q: We would like to enable our users to annotate PDF documents “online” and deploy jPDFNotes within an applet. Can jPDFNotes run in Internet browsers such as IE6 or Firefox or Safari? What are the best practice instructions on how to configure the applet for optimal performance and minimal user-intervention? A: jPDFNotes can run in […]
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 […]
Q: Where can I find jPDFNotes javadoc API? A: You can find the API specification for the latest version of our library jPDFNotes on our website at this link. jPDFNotes is a java bean to display and annotate PDF documents and fill interactive PDF forms in Java applications and applets.
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 […]
Q: Can jPDFNotes delete or insert pages within a PDF document? How about flattening annotations or form fields? A: If you’d like the option for your users to delete/ insert pages or flatten annotations or fields within PDF documents, it is possible to do so using jPDFNotes. The interface MutableDocument allows document manipulation within jPDFNotes. This interface is […]
Qoppa Software offers a standalone PDF renderer and annotator for Oracle® Webcenter Content Imaging, formerly known Oracle Imaging and Process Management (Oracle I/PM). Our Oracle IPM PDF renderer is faster and more reliable than the built-in Oracle IPM viewer and can be used as an alternative or a substitution. And our licensing is affordable when […]
Q: We have noticed PDF documents edited with jPDFNotes do not show their annotation when rendered in a PDF viewer used by one of our applications. This may be a limitation of the other viewer rather than your component. If this is the case, can your component be configured to render directly onto the underlying […]
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 […]