You can not replace iText with iText 7 because the differences between the two versions are too big. We do know of some people who moved to using iText. Jasper is a pdf library using iText for the generation if it’s pdf’s, iText is a library for creating and manipulating pdf’s. So if your purpose is to. While doing so, I discovered that one of the JARs included in the Jasper lib folder is called itextjar. Wow. So the iText API is part of.
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The thing is, there are a few different types of questions and answers plain text, multiple choice, etc and these need to be displayed accordingly. Hence our decision to rewrite the complete API.
I’m asking so that I would hopefully start on the right path right away. When I first released iText, I iext owned the lowagie.
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That is explained in great detail on the iText FAQ: I worked through it and found the result pretty powerful.
Jasper Report or iReport or Both. When everyone started to use iText, everyone started to ask me questions personally. Great to hear igext find this useful, although, Mohsen, not sure if your comment is positive or negative: I’ve blogged about the iText API several times. Check out video courses.
We do know of some people who moved to using iText 5 with JasperReports. There are various discussions about this happening at some point.
Thanks Bruno for the reply. This time, when I ran the application, the viewer opened as before, displaying the report.
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Answers have a reference to the relevant question in a ReportTemplate instance so this is where i get the question for each. Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. Haven’t used iText so I can’t comment on its ease of use per se. We had to rewrite the complete font layer if we wanted to add support for Indic languages to iText. Ireporr the end, it’s drag and drop Regarding format PDF or notthe report output may differ.
I didn’t an integrated reporting tool. So if your purpose is to generate reports I would stick to Jasper, if however you feel like you are going to generate more pdf’s that aren’t reports you could take a look at the iText library.