There are errors once in a while because you are using the wrong method to concatenate documents. Please read chapter 6 of my book and you’ll notice that . iText is a library that allows you to generate PDF files on the fly. Please find more details on iText on below link. Here is a code. This HowTo is based on the iText package. You need a recent version (ex. 2.*). This a command line utility. You specify the pdf files to be merge into one.
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Sometimes this happens because the documents aren’t 8. Is there some way to detect the page size and then use that same page size for those documents?
iText 7 merging PDF documents | iText Developers
Or, if not, is it possible to have it fit to page? This is my code:.
Using PdfWriter to merge documents is a bad idea. This has been explained on StackOverflow many times! If you need an example, see for instance the FillFlattenMerge2 example:.
iText 7 merging PDF documents
In your case, you also need to add page numbers, you can do this in a second go, as is done in the StampPageXofY example:.
Or you can iteext them while merging, as is done in the MergeWithToc example. I strongly advise against using PdfWriter to merge documents!
As documented, you are throwing away all annotations by adding PdfImportedPage instances to a document using addTemplate. This is typically not what you want. You’re only making it harder on yourself if you insist on using that class.
I don’t understand why so many people conxat the wrong approach to merge documents. I blame the unofficial documentation for the popularity of this wrong approach. Skip to main content.
Java: Merging multiple PDFs into a single PDF using iText. – BurnIgnorance
How to merge documents correctly? Manipulating existing PDFs iText 5.
I would like to add a link to an existing pdf that jumps to a coordinate on another page. This is my code: