You didn’t insert a code sample to show how you are currently flattening the XFA form. I assume your code looks like this: var reader = new. Hi, I’m looking for a way to flatten a bunch of xfa forms in a batch sequence. The result being the exact same as printing to pdf. I believe I use to. pdfXFA. pdfXFA helps you flatten XFA forms for an optimal user experience. Dynamic PDF files are invaluable to automating document processes, allowing you.
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How to flatten a XFA PDF Form using iTextSharp? | iText Developers
I dlatten I use to just add optimizer settings in the sequence editor and that would do the trick. Email Required, but never shown. It requires a decent system with lots of memory since an instance of Acrobat is opened for every xfz processed but it does the trick! Are they static or dynamic XFA forms?
In my case with PDF1. The actual content of the document is stored as an XML file.
Flatten XFA using pdfXFA
You won’t find anyone willing to work for free on the development of an XFA flattener. Chuck is a new contributor to this site.
Actually George I found a solution. Go to original post. Looking for some sample iTextSharp code to do this. It should flatten static XFA forms.
Suppose that you have a file in memory ms that consists of an XFA form that is filled out, then you can use the following code to glatten that form:. For iTextSharp, we count on honesty. Check out our Code of Conduct.
But now I’m getting an error saying optimization settings cannot be applied to an xfa form. Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. I appreciate your response. I assume your code looks like this:. Chuck 11 1 4. They are dynamic xfa forms. Post as a guest Name.