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How to write a PDF

How to write a PDF

How to write a PDF

Hi! I'm new to the forum!

I must create a PDF in an Agent (Notes 5.0.10).

I have tried with Excel 2000/Acrobat PDFWriter. In my machine it works ok, but in the Domino server the code halts at Excel.Application.PrintOut. No error is thrown, and no other agent can be executed on the server until I shutdown it. Do you know whay this is happening?

I have also tried to make a Java agent with the free iText Library (www.lowagie.com). There is source code for java 1.1, since Notes 5 only supports up to this version. I compile it with java JDK 1.1.8 and import the jar (and the collections.jar for JDK 1.1) into the project. It compiles ok in Designer, but when I run a program that uses iText, an "java.lang.ClassFormatError: illegal constant pool type" error is thrown. What am i doing wrong?

Any other way to create PDF? I need a solution!!!

RE: How to write a PDF

I want create a pdf on click of button and present it to user.Is there any way of creating PDF without using any tooland just coding.If so please reply.

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