Questions: Has iText implemented it’s own XSL-FO parser? How easy it is to implement these scenarios in iTextSharp? In both the cases. An article describes how to create PDF document programmatically using XSLFO and FOP; Author: Shyam S; Updated: 26 Jun ; Section. Composition: Template Designer & integrated server. XML, XSLT, XSL-FO, SVG,. XPath, XForms, SCXML Output formats. PDF, PDF/A, PCL.
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Generate PDFs with XStream and XSL-FO
After days of research, I am still lost on how this can be done, if its even possible. NET is what I am using currently. Creating the documnet is no problem. I need this documnet to have fields that the user can still fill in.
Does iText easily support XSL-Fo, XML and XSL?
I am aware of the ability to create a PDF form using acrobat, then using iTextSharp to fill in those fields. This can then be saved and the user can open the document and edit it.
The problem with this is, anytime the PDF “template” needs to be changed, someone has to edit the PDF document, itextshharp change the backend logic to handle the new field.
I have found no way to create a fillable form using FO. They aren’t free and additional output modules may be required for PDF Forms.
Comparing Apache FOP with iText — Xebia Blog
Bit Miracle offers free licenses for Docotic. I’ve got confirmation that FO. NET does not support the creation of form fields. I am currently looking into iTextSharp now for this ability, and it seems possible, but there is not much out there.
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