• Subject: Creating Adobe Acrobat files on AS/400
  • From: John Myers - MM <jmyersmm@xxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 23 Jan 2001 16:50:46 -0500

We are doing a project where we would like to create Adobe Acrobat files in 
the AS/400's IFS.

The document created would be similar to an employee ID card with a 
picture, graphics, and text.

I know that there are products that convert spool files to .pdf files.  Are 
there any products / code samples for formatting and creating custom .pdf 
files natively on the AS/400?  A fallback would be a document that 
describes the Acrobat standard.  I would prefer to not add an NT server to 
the configuration to get this done.

John Myers
IBM Certified Specialist - AS/400 Technical Solutions
IBM Certified Specialist - Advisor for e-Business
Strategic Business Systems, Inc.
17 S. Franklin Turnpike, Ramsey, NJ 07446  USA
E-mail: mailto:jmyers@sbsusa.com   Phone: +1 (201) EASY 400   x131
Web:    http://www.sbsusa.com      Fax:   +1 (201) 327-6984

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