• Subject: Re: Creating Adobe Acrobat files on AS/400
  • From: David Fowle <dfowle@xxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 24 Jan 2001 10:41:48 +0000

I would like to add my own recommendation of PdfLib http://www.pdflib.com. 
to Patrick's (see below). It is also worth pointing out that the 
documentation is excellent and that you get the source-code in "C", this is 
well worth inspecting as an example of how to write readable cross-platform 

Although my product PDFingMailer http://www.pdfing.com uses the Windows 
version of PdfLib to create PDF documents from *SCS spooled-files,  I also 
helped Thomas Merz, the author of PdfLib, to port his library to the AS400 
and I can vouch for its functionality.


David Fowle

At 16:27 23/01/01 -0800, you wrote:
>You might check out the PDFLib stuff. I think the web site is
>http://www.pdflib.com. They have either have an AS/400 version, or
>instructions on how to create an AS/400 version. Once you have that you have
>to master the APIs to build PDF images. But its a lot easier than creating
>PDF yourself!
>IBM AS/400 communications, FTP automation, and eCommerce
>software and consulting services.

PDFingMailer Home Page: http://www.PDFing.com
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