kandi X-RAY | pdf-export Summary
kandi X-RAY | pdf-export Summary
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- Command - line
- Sets up an image based on a PDF document
- Cut an image
- Merge the files
pdf-export Key Features
pdf-export Examples and Code Snippets
Trending Discussions on pdf-export
Compile fails with this error. I have looked through all the posts with similar titles and not found anything helpful yet. Angular 7. I was trying to update some dependencies to resolve prod vulnerabilities, the change list for this was moving
angular-devkit/build-angular to dev dependencies, removing abandoned and unused packages, adding
ngx-toastr 10, upgrading
jasmine-core from 3.3 to 3.8.
I have deleted, cleared cache, and reinstalled all node packages and then tried specifically doing that to angular/cli (7.1.1) and webpack (4.12.0). Edited+saved a random ts file. Added
app/app.module.ts specifically to tsconfig.app.json's
files param and
include param. Added
strictMetadataEmit:false to tsconfig.json and tsconfig.app.json compilerOptions (unknown compiler param error).
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Dec-14 at 19:01
I reverted to a previous commit and re-applied the updates while ensuring it still built between each update. Didn't see the error again.
I have a website served by
express running on AWS Elastic Beanstalk, Node.js 14. Login and everything works fine on Chrome, but on Firefox I get
window.openDatabase is not a function and on Safari I get
web sql is deprecated when I try to login. Website: https://www.portapay.xyz/login. I am currently not building for production; how I build:
ng build --configuration development. I have made sure that all of my browsers are up to date and have the latest version. None of the code I wrote uses
executeSql. I only connect to a MongoDB with Kinvey's SDK. I do not use Cordova.
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Aug-23 at 13:40
Kinvey support replied to me, apparently, you have to set your
storage type when initializing
KinveyModule in the
WebSQL is the current default if it is not set. Kinvey Documentation.
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Aug-18 at 05:20
Not sure what backend you are using in your project, but you should return the MemoryStream (byte) array for the image tag and same apply it into SCR of the Image Tag, instead of the path in the Image tag.
Similar questions had been asked, but I haven't found the solution to my specific problem.
How can I export my plots in the same dimension? Here's my example:
Scatter plot from mpg dataset with facetting years in plot 1. Plot 2 is the same plot, but with data only from one year (one instead of two facets). I exported the plots as .pdf using ggsave()....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jul-19 at 13:39
In the meantime, I figured out a solution myself, that I happily like to share:
I found that the function set_panel_size() of the egg-package allows to fix the size of plot and its respective facets!
I run ng serve and there is the error about angular-devkit. So I installed it, but I got this error :...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-May-03 at 12:48
jasmine-core@">=3.5" but you have
In package.json, change
3.5.0 or greater and run an
npm install again. Maybe you should also try deleting
node_modules and doing a fresh install.
I am currently analyzing a set of PDF files. I want to know how many of the PDF files fall in those 3 categories:
- Digitally Created PDF: The text is there (copyable) and it is guaranteed to be correct as it was created directly e.g. from Word
- Image-only PDF: A scanned document
- Searchable PDF: A scanned document, but an OCR engine was used. The OCR engine put text "below" the image so that you can search / copy the content. As OCR is pretty good, this is correct most of the time. But it is not guaranteed to be correct.
It is easy to identify Image-only PDFs in my domain as every PDF contains text. If I cannot extract any text, it is image only. But how do I know if it is "just" a searchable PDF or if it is a digially created PDF?
By the way, it is not as simple as just looking at the producer as I have seen scanned documents where the Producer field said "Microsoft Word".
Note: As a human, it is easy. I just zoom in on the text. If I see pixels, it's "just" searchable.
Here are 3 example PDF files to test solutions:
- Digitally Created PDF
- Scanned PDF: Well.. not really; I used a script to create images and then put them together as a PDF. But that only means that the quality is very good. It should be very similar to a scan.
- Searchable PDF
- Using the creator/producer: I see "Microsoft Word" in scanned documents. Also this would be tedious.
- Embedded fonts: You can extract embedded fonts. The idea was that a scanned document would not have embedded fonts but just use the default. The idea was wrong, as one can see with the example.
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Aug-20 at 14:47
With PyMuPDF you can easily remove all text as is required for @ypnos' suggestion.
As an alternative, with PyMuPDF you can also check whether text is hidden in a PDF. In PDF's relevant "mini-language" this is triggered by the command
3 Tr ("text render mode", e.g. see page 402 of https://www.adobe.com/content/dam/acom/en/devnet/acrobat/pdfs/pdf_reference_1-7.pdf).
So if all text is under the influence of this command, then none of it will be rendered - allowing the conclusion "this is an OCR'ed page".
I have the following form using AngularJS and Ionic:...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Sep-30 at 10:10
You should initialize the user object. That way the object won't be undefined when you are trying to access the email property.
For this example PDF, I did this:...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Sep-04 at 08:56
The image size you see is how many pixels are in the embedded JPEG image resource. That has literally zero effect on how big the image is going to be when drawn on the page. The physical size of the image on the page is entirely decided by the page content stream commands that draw the image.
I have some PDF files which I would like to convert to HTML. There are some tools which support this, but tables are simply absolute positioned
tags. They don't produce
How can I get table tags?
Here is an example PDF file. I would hope to get something like this:...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Aug-22 at 00:28
The company I work for has been offering a PDF table to reflowable HTML extraction tool for years.
There is an online demo here where you can try out your PDF files.
New updates to the SDK and demo are coming regularly.
I have spring webapp where I am using JasperReports to generate some basic database query reports and exporting into pdf.
I have tried programmatically adding tags instead of using jrxml, with dynamic-jasper and that runs into different issue. My jrxml file is almost a copy of tabular-report.jrxml example from Jaspersoft Studio. Let me know if you need to look at something else to figure this out, any help is appreciated at this point.
Found this but it has no solution: https://community.jaspersoft.com/questions/1112221/error-manulal-tagging-table-pdf-export
Here is my jrxml file:...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Aug-09 at 12:59
The error is caused by the
net.sf.jasperreports.export.pdf.tag.table=end property which is set on an element in the detail band in your report. The detail band repeats for each record in the query result, so setting
net.sf.jasperreports.export.pdf.tag.table=end in the detail band doesn't make sense.
The property should be set on an element that prints only once at the end of the table/page, for instance in the page footer band:
No vulnerabilities reported
You can use pdf-export like any standard Java library. Please include the the jar files in your classpath. You can also use any IDE and you can run and debug the pdf-export component as you would do with any other Java program. Best practice is to use a build tool that supports dependency management such as Maven or Gradle. For Maven installation, please refer maven.apache.org. For Gradle installation, please refer gradle.org .
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