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Search everywhere only in this topic. Advanced Search. Classic List Threaded. Davis Ford. Thumbnail image of PDF. Hi, I was scanning the archives for a solution to this -- there seem to be various solutions like using JPedal.
Is JPedal the best route? Can it be done easily with JAI? Thanks in advance, Davis Come build with us! Jumpstart your developing skills, take BlackBerry mobile applications to market and stay ahead of the curve. Re: Thumbnail image of PDF. Hi Davis, iText doesn't do this, unless I'm mistaken, but other programs do.
I am not affiliated with them, just a happy customer. They have been very helpful even in customizing their product for a particular need of mine. You can output png, jpg, bmp, etc. Thanks in advance, Davis -- Come build with us!
FYI: Jpedal is doing a nice job for me. The demo I downloaded has a. DLL only. I deploy on Linux. They claim support for Linux and they provide a JNI lib wrapper, but I don't think the dll is going to fly for me. Thanks for the tip though -- maybe this will help someone else. In reply to this post by Davis Ford. Davis Ford-2 wrote. Thanks for the tips on those other projects. I'll take a look at them. Mathias Nilsson. Come build with us! In reply to this post by wasegraves.
IIRC, the file manager for various Linux distros does the same not checked, as I don't have a Linux system running at the moment. Best regards, Bill Segraves Come build with us! Have a look at image magick.
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It is not extremely expensive — but not freely available. It could easily do for me what I was looking for. Within half an hour, I had a program running that generated the following preview of the first page of a dynamically produced PDF document:. Add the two JAR-files you just downloaded as libraries. Create a class that creates a PDF document on the fly and then has its first page turned into an image that can be previewed, for example in a Swing Panel:. This example works like a charm, for one page.