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DynamicPDF Merger for Java makes simple the task of merging PDFs and adding new content to existing PDF documents from within any Java application. It can import PDF documents from the file system or any java.io.FileInputStream object that supports reading. The resulting PDF document can then have content added to it using the included Generator for Java SDK and can be output to any java.io.OutputStream object, javax.servlet.ServletOutputStream object, or directly to a file on the file system. The object model is intuitive and easy to learn, yet very flexible allowing PDF merging, stamping, appending, form filling and page placing, rotating and scaling.
DynamicPDF Generator for Java is a highly efficient and easy to use class library for the dynamic creation of PDF documents based on dynamic data. PDF documents can be saved to disk, output to a java.io.OutputStream object or output directly to Webserver's output stream using javax.servlet.ServletOutputStream. The generated PDF documents are 100% compatible with the PDF specification as published by Adobe. DynamicPDF Generator for Java offers flexible licensing, great performance and tons of features.
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