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To try and achieve this I'm following this example here. I have created a helper class that has a static method to handle this task. I already have the pdf file path string ready to pass into the method. What I don't understand is how the output stream portion of this works. I would like the updated pdf to be saved to my servers hard drive. I do not want to stream it back to my browser. Any guidance would be greatly appreciated.
Why don't you simply use PdfStamper? I followed the code on this link as an example, it's pretty old though. Seems difficult finding documentation for itextsharp. Well, as the author of that blog says "the code may be a little rough. Active Oldest Votes. Ramanagom Ramanagom 1 1 silver badge 7 7 bronze badges. This code is not in a web app but rather in a web api controller on my server, therefore; Server. MapPath is not available to me. NET, then HttpContext. MapPath does exist for sure NET: asp.
The examples below use the XML file books. Add a node after the last child node This example uses appendChild to add a child node to an existing node. Add a node before a specified child node This example uses insertBefore to insert a node before a specified child node. Add a new attribute This example uses the setAttribute method to add a new attribute. Add data to a text node This example uses insertData to insert data into an existing text node. If the second parameter of insertBefore is null, the new node will be added after the last existing child node.
How to insert a iTextsharp.text.rectangle rectangle at an absolute position?
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