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Java FOP and PDF version

Java FOP and PDF version

Java FOP and PDF version

I am trying to create a pdf file from XML and XLS using Java FOP. In the pdf file created, I went to properties and not able to find the PDF version. It is blank. I am looking to have version 1.4 created ALWAYS and it should say it in the properties. How do I specify which PDF version I need to create.

Thank you very much in advance.

RE: Java FOP and PDF version

1.4 is the PDF version supported, as shown here. Is it necessary to be explicitly indicated?


RE: Java FOP and PDF version

Thanks Dian.
Yes, I would like the pdf version to be shown on the properties of the pdf created. I read somewhere that default created is 1.4, but if we use features that are available in latest versions of pdf, then it creates higher version. In any case, should the pdf have the version in the properties?  Looks like this is a good link here:


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