Q: We see that your PDF component can load PDF files directly from an input stream from a remote server and save the files back to the server. How does your component handle the PDFs when working with them? Are the files being saved to a local copy and then deleted?
A: The answer is no. When loading PDF documents from URL or input streams, our PDF components (jPDFViewer, jPDFNotes or jPDFViewer) do not create temporary files. They hold the PDF files in memory and then discard them once the user is finished with their session. Our components do a lot of memory caching of rendered pages and such to optimize memory usage.