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23034 Jan 3,2005 02:04 PM Apr 10,2006 10:06 AM Windows Forms 14
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Glenn
Asked On January 3, 2005 02:04 PM

I''m trying to figure out if the pdf control can take a URL, or a chunk of HTML and output the PDF? Thanks

Administrator [Syncfusion]
Replied On January 4, 2005 05:36 AM

Hi Glenn, Thank you for your interest in Essential PDF. Essential PDF but itself does not have support for HTML but you can use Essential HTMLUI and Essential PDF to achieve what you are looking for. The Essential HTML UI is a HTML rendering engine that can render HTML to an image and this image can then be inserted into PDF. I will provide you with a sample within a day or two. Please let me know if you have any questions. Thanks. Best regards, Stephen. >I''m trying to figure out if the pdf control can take a URL, or a chunk of HTML and output the PDF? > >Thanks

Administrator [Syncfusion]
Replied On January 5, 2005 04:39 AM

Does HTMLUI support style sheets? I have some HTML which I''m capturing from a page which I in turn wish to convert to a PDF (including style sheets and all). Thanks >Hi Glenn, > >Thank you for your interest in Essential PDF. > >Essential PDF but itself does not have support for HTML but you can use Essential HTMLUI and Essential PDF to achieve what you are looking for. The Essential HTML UI is a HTML rendering engine that can render HTML to an image and this image can then be inserted into PDF. I will provide you with a sample within a day or two. Please let me know if you have any questions. Thanks. > >Best regards, > >Stephen. > >>I''m trying to figure out if the pdf control can take a URL, or a chunk of HTML and output the PDF? >> >>Thanks

Administrator [Syncfusion]
Replied On January 5, 2005 10:58 AM

Hi Mark, Yes, HTML UI has support for style sheets. Please take a look at the following product description link http://www.syncfusion.com/Products/features.aspx?t=387 However, the limitation would be the ability of HTMLUI in rendering the webpages. Since its an 1.0 product there might be some problems initially. You can download the trial and test rendering your HTML Pages. You can also contact support if there are problems rendering the HTML correctly. Thanks. Stephen. >Does HTMLUI support style sheets? I have some HTML which I''m capturing from a page which I in turn wish to convert to a PDF (including style sheets and all). > >Thanks > >>Hi Glenn, >> >>Thank you for your interest in Essential PDF. >> >>Essential PDF but itself does not have support for HTML but you can use Essential HTMLUI and Essential PDF to achieve what you are looking for. The Essential HTML UI is a HTML rendering engine that can render HTML to an image and this image can then be inserted into PDF. I will provide you with a sample within a day or two. Please let me know if you have any questions. Thanks. >> >>Best regards, >> >>Stephen. >> >>>I''m trying to figure out if the pdf control can take a URL, or a chunk of HTML and output the PDF? >>> >>>Thanks

Administrator [Syncfusion]
Replied On January 10, 2005 02:47 PM

Stephen - I looked at the HTML UI info on your website and it says it is not supported by web forms now, so I''m out of luck in converting my HTML to PDFs on my website? Thanks, Mark >Hi Mark, > >Yes, HTML UI has support for style sheets. Please take a look at the following product description link > >http://www.syncfusion.com/Products/features.aspx?t=387 > >However, the limitation would be the ability of HTMLUI in rendering the webpages. Since its an 1.0 product there might be some problems initially. You can download the trial and test rendering your HTML Pages. You can also contact support if there are problems rendering the HTML correctly. Thanks. > >Stephen. > >>Does HTMLUI support style sheets? I have some HTML which I''m capturing from a page which I in turn wish to convert to a PDF (including style sheets and all). >> >>Thanks >> >>>Hi Glenn, >>> >>>Thank you for your interest in Essential PDF. >>> >>>Essential PDF but itself does not have support for HTML but you can use Essential HTMLUI and Essential PDF to achieve what you are looking for. The Essential HTML UI is a HTML rendering engine that can render HTML to an image and this image can then be inserted into PDF. I will provide you with a sample within a day or two. Please let me know if you have any questions. Thanks. >>> >>>Best regards, >>> >>>Stephen. >>> >>>>I''m trying to figure out if the pdf control can take a URL, or a chunk of HTML and output the PDF? >>>> >>>>Thanks

Administrator [Syncfusion]
Replied On January 11, 2005 10:44 PM

Hi Mark, Since the part played by HTMUI in this scenario is to only render the HTML to an image, I assume that it could be used in a webforms application. However, I will confirm this with the HTML UI support engineer and try to provide you with a working sample. Thanks. Best regards, Stephen. >Stephen - > >I looked at the HTML UI info on your website and it says it is not supported by web forms now, so I''m out of luck in converting my HTML to PDFs on my website? > >Thanks, > >Mark > > >>Hi Mark, >> >>Yes, HTML UI has support for style sheets. Please take a look at the following product description link >> >>http://www.syncfusion.com/Products/features.aspx?t=387 >> >>However, the limitation would be the ability of HTMLUI in rendering the webpages. Since its an 1.0 product there might be some problems initially. You can download the trial and test rendering your HTML Pages. You can also contact support if there are problems rendering the HTML correctly. Thanks. >> >>Stephen. >> >>>Does HTMLUI support style sheets? I have some HTML which I''m capturing from a page which I in turn wish to convert to a PDF (including style sheets and all). >>> >>>Thanks >>> >>>>Hi Glenn, >>>> >>>>Thank you for your interest in Essential PDF. >>>> >>>>Essential PDF but itself does not have support for HTML but you can use Essential HTMLUI and Essential PDF to achieve what you are looking for. The Essential HTML UI is a HTML rendering engine that can render HTML to an image and this image can then be inserted into PDF. I will provide you with a sample within a day or two. Please let me know if you have any questions. Thanks. >>>> >>>>Best regards, >>>> >>>>Stephen. >>>> >>>>>I''m trying to figure out if the pdf control can take a URL, or a chunk of HTML and output the PDF? >>>>> >>>>>Thanks

Administrator [Syncfusion]
Replied On January 19, 2005 04:30 AM

Stephen - Any luck with this? If this works as I''d like, I''m looking to make a purchase this week. Thanks, Mark >Hi Mark, > >Since the part played by HTMUI in this scenario is to only render the HTML to an image, I assume that it could be used in a webforms application. However, I will confirm this with the HTML UI support engineer and try to provide you with a working sample. Thanks. > >Best regards, > >Stephen. > >>Stephen - >> >>I looked at the HTML UI info on your website and it says it is not supported by web forms now, so I''m out of luck in converting my HTML to PDFs on my website? >> >>Thanks, >> >>Mark >> >> >>>Hi Mark, >>> >>>Yes, HTML UI has support for style sheets. Please take a look at the following product description link >>> >>>http://www.syncfusion.com/Products/features.aspx?t=387 >>> >>>However, the limitation would be the ability of HTMLUI in rendering the webpages. Since its an 1.0 product there might be some problems initially. You can download the trial and test rendering your HTML Pages. You can also contact support if there are problems rendering the HTML correctly. Thanks. >>> >>>Stephen. >>> >>>>Does HTMLUI support style sheets? I have some HTML which I''m capturing from a page which I in turn wish to convert to a PDF (including style sheets and all). >>>> >>>>Thanks >>>> >>>>>Hi Glenn, >>>>> >>>>>Thank you for your interest in Essential PDF. >>>>> >>>>>Essential PDF but itself does not have support for HTML but you can use Essential HTMLUI and Essential PDF to achieve what you are looking for. The Essential HTML UI is a HTML rendering engine that can render HTML to an image and this image can then be inserted into PDF. I will provide you with a sample within a day or two. Please let me know if you have any questions. Thanks. >>>>> >>>>>Best regards, >>>>> >>>>>Stephen. >>>>> >>>>>>I''m trying to figure out if the pdf control can take a URL, or a chunk of HTML and output the PDF? >>>>>> >>>>>>Thanks

Administrator [Syncfusion]
Replied On January 20, 2005 11:39 AM

Hi Mark, Sorry for the delay in getting back to you. Could you please create a Direc-Trac incident with the sample page that you want to be exported to PDF. After investigation into this issue we found out that if the webpages were complex, then there would be a difference in the way HTML gets rendered when saved as PDF using HTMLUI, so we are also considering using MSHTML library to render HTML pages as an addition to using HTMLUI. This would give you an option to perfectly render HTML in case HTMLUI is not able to render the HTML perfectly. We will provide you with a working sample for both options within a week. Please let me know if you have any questions. Thanks. Best regards, Stephen. >Stephen - > >Any luck with this? If this works as I''d like, I''m looking to make a purchase this week. > >Thanks, > >Mark > > >>Hi Mark, >> >>Since the part played by HTMUI in this scenario is to only render the HTML to an image, I assume that it could be used in a webforms application. However, I will confirm this with the HTML UI support engineer and try to provide you with a working sample. Thanks. >> >>Best regards, >> >>Stephen. >> >>>Stephen - >>> >>>I looked at the HTML UI info on your website and it says it is not supported by web forms now, so I''m out of luck in converting my HTML to PDFs on my website? >>> >>>Thanks, >>> >>>Mark >>> >>> >>>>Hi Mark, >>>> >>>>Yes, HTML UI has support for style sheets. Please take a look at the following product description link >>>> >>>>http://www.syncfusion.com/Products/features.aspx?t=387 >>>> >>>>However, the limitation would be the ability of HTMLUI in rendering the webpages. Since its an 1.0 product there might be some problems initially. You can download the trial and test rendering your HTML Pages. You can also contact support if there are problems rendering the HTML correctly. Thanks. >>>> >>>>Stephen. >>>> >>>>>Does HTMLUI support style sheets? I have some HTML which I''m capturing from a page which I in turn wish to convert to a PDF (including style sheets and all). >>>>> >>>>>Thanks >>>>> >>>>>>Hi Glenn, >>>>>> >>>>>>Thank you for your interest in Essential PDF. >>>>>> >>>>>>Essential PDF but itself does not have support for HTML but you can use Essential HTMLUI and Essential PDF to achieve what you are looking for. The Essential HTML UI is a HTML rendering engine that can render HTML to an image and this image can then be inserted into PDF. I will provide you with a sample within a day or two. Please let me know if you have any questions. Thanks. >>>>>> >>>>>>Best regards, >>>>>> >>>>>>Stephen. >>>>>> >>>>>>>I''m trying to figure out if the pdf control can take a URL, or a chunk of HTML and output the PDF? >>>>>>> >>>>>>>Thanks

Bob Timesand
Replied On March 21, 2005 08:57 PM

Hi Stephen, Did you get a manage to provide a working sample? The situation sounds identical to what I would like to achieve. Thanks, Bob. >Hi Mark, > >Sorry for the delay in getting back to you. > >Could you please create a Direc-Trac incident with the sample page that you want to be exported to PDF. After investigation into this issue we found out that if the webpages were complex, then there would be a difference in the way HTML gets rendered when saved as PDF using HTMLUI, so we are also considering using MSHTML library to render HTML pages as an addition to using HTMLUI. This would give you an option to perfectly render HTML in case HTMLUI is not able to render the HTML perfectly. We will provide you with a working sample for both options within a week. Please let me know if you have any questions. Thanks. > >Best regards, > >Stephen. > >>Stephen - >> >>Any luck with this? If this works as I''d like, I''m looking to make a purchase this week. >> >>Thanks, >> >>Mark >> >> >>>Hi Mark, >>> >>>Since the part played by HTMUI in this scenario is to only render the HTML to an image, I assume that it could be used in a webforms application. However, I will confirm this with the HTML UI support engineer and try to provide you with a working sample. Thanks. >>> >>>Best regards, >>> >>>Stephen. >>> >>>>Stephen - >>>> >>>>I looked at the HTML UI info on your website and it says it is not supported by web forms now, so I''m out of luck in converting my HTML to PDFs on my website? >>>> >>>>Thanks, >>>> >>>>Mark >>>> >>>> >>>>>Hi Mark, >>>>> >>>>>Yes, HTML UI has support for style sheets. Please take a look at the following product description link >>>>> >>>>>http://www.syncfusion.com/Products/features.aspx?t=387 >>>>> >>>>>However, the limitation would be the ability of HTMLUI in rendering the webpages. Since its an 1.0 product there might be some problems initially. You can download the trial and test rendering your HTML Pages. You can also contact support if there are problems rendering the HTML correctly. Thanks. >>>>> >>>>>Stephen. >>>>> >>>>>>Does HTMLUI support style sheets? I have some HTML which I''m capturing from a page which I in turn wish to convert to a PDF (including style sheets and all). >>>>>> >>>>>>Thanks >>>>>> >>>>>>>Hi Glenn, >>>>>>> >>>>>>>Thank you for your interest in Essential PDF. >>>>>>> >>>>>>>Essential PDF but itself does not have support for HTML but you can use Essential HTMLUI and Essential PDF to achieve what you are looking for. The Essential HTML UI is a HTML rendering engine that can render HTML to an image and this image can then be inserted into PDF. I will provide you with a sample within a day or two. Please let me know if you have any questions. Thanks. >>>>>>> >>>>>>>Best regards, >>>>>>> >>>>>>>Stephen. >>>>>>> >>>>>>>>I''m trying to figure out if the pdf control can take a URL, or a chunk of HTML and output the PDF? >>>>>>>> >>>>>>>>Thanks

Administrator [Syncfusion]
Replied On March 31, 2005 07:49 AM

Bob - I''m still waiting for my sample from Stephen, not sure when it will arrive - repeated requests to tech support tell me to be "patient". Mark >Hi Stephen, > >Did you get a manage to provide a working sample? The situation sounds identical to what I would like to achieve. > >Thanks, >Bob. > >>Hi Mark, >> >>Sorry for the delay in getting back to you. >> >>Could you please create a Direc-Trac incident with the sample page that you want to be exported to PDF. After investigation into this issue we found out that if the webpages were complex, then there would be a difference in the way HTML gets rendered when saved as PDF using HTMLUI, so we are also considering using MSHTML library to render HTML pages as an addition to using HTMLUI. This would give you an option to perfectly render HTML in case HTMLUI is not able to render the HTML perfectly. We will provide you with a working sample for both options within a week. Please let me know if you have any questions. Thanks. >> >>Best regards, >> >>Stephen. >> >>>Stephen - >>> >>>Any luck with this? If this works as I''d like, I''m looking to make a purchase this week. >>> >>>Thanks, >>> >>>Mark >>> >>> >>>>Hi Mark, >>>> >>>>Since the part played by HTMUI in this scenario is to only render the HTML to an image, I assume that it could be used in a webforms application. However, I will confirm this with the HTML UI support engineer and try to provide you with a working sample. Thanks. >>>> >>>>Best regards, >>>> >>>>Stephen. >>>> >>>>>Stephen - >>>>> >>>>>I looked at the HTML UI info on your website and it says it is not supported by web forms now, so I''m out of luck in converting my HTML to PDFs on my website? >>>>> >>>>>Thanks, >>>>> >>>>>Mark >>>>> >>>>> >>>>>>Hi Mark, >>>>>> >>>>>>Yes, HTML UI has support for style sheets. Please take a look at the following product description link >>>>>> >>>>>>http://www.syncfusion.com/Products/features.aspx?t=387 >>>>>> >>>>>>However, the limitation would be the ability of HTMLUI in rendering the webpages. Since its an 1.0 product there might be some problems initially. You can download the trial and test rendering your HTML Pages. You can also contact support if there are problems rendering the HTML correctly. Thanks. >>>>>> >>>>>>Stephen. >>>>>> >>>>>>>Does HTMLUI support style sheets? I have some HTML which I''m capturing from a page which I in turn wish to convert to a PDF (including style sheets and all). >>>>>>> >>>>>>>Thanks >>>>>>> >>>>>>>>Hi Glenn, >>>>>>>> >>>>>>>>Thank you for your interest in Essential PDF. >>>>>>>> >>>>>>>>Essential PDF but itself does not have support for HTML but you can use Essential HTMLUI and Essential PDF to achieve what you are looking for. The Essential HTML UI is a HTML rendering engine that can render HTML to an image and this image can then be inserted into PDF. I will provide you with a sample within a day or two. Please let me know if you have any questions. Thanks. >>>>>>>> >>>>>>>>Best regards, >>>>>>>> >>>>>>>>Stephen. >>>>>>>> >>>>>>>>>I''m trying to figure out if the pdf control can take a URL, or a chunk of HTML and output the PDF? >>>>>>>>> >>>>>>>>>Thanks

Administrator [Syncfusion]
Replied On April 6, 2005 01:27 AM

Hi Mark/Bob, Sorry for the delay in posting the sample. The delay was since the sample has dependancy on version 3.2 of PDF and HTMLUI. Here is a basic sample, HTMLUI2PDF_311.zip The sample has been hardcoded to open this windows tour file C:\WINDOWS\Help\Tours\htmlTour\default.htm Currently, the performance is slow and we are looking into improving it. Also, we are looking into other options to make the HTML to PDF better. Please post any suggestions that you might have. Also, note that the text in HTML is searchable. Thanks, Stephen.

Roderick Prince
Replied On December 2, 2005 06:16 PM

Has any progress been made on making it possible to create a PDF from a WebForms application? Looking forward to a sample...

Administrator [Syncfusion]
Replied On December 6, 2005 04:43 AM

Hi Roderick, Could you please clarify your requirement 1) Do you want to convert an aspx page into PDF? or 2) Generate PDF reports from Webforms applications. Thanks, Ajish. >Has any progress been made on making it possible to create a PDF from a WebForms application? > >Looking forward to a sample...

Administrator [Syncfusion]
Replied On April 10, 2006 02:18 AM

a simple, converting http://www.microsoft.com to a pdf file. could it be posible?

Ajish [Syncfusion]
Replied On April 10, 2006 10:06 AM

Hi Nianz, Thank you for your interest in Essential PDF. Currently we do not have support for this feature. However it is underdevelopment and it will be available in next release, which is planned in a week time frame. Regards, Ajish. >a simple, converting > >http://www.microsoft.com > >to a pdf file. > >could it be posible?

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