from class rayOutputStream · buf, count assignBytes. public ByteArrayOutputStream assignBytes(byte bytes, int count). We then pass this ByteArrayOutputStream to the writePdf(OutputStream) method, where we use the iText API to construct a PDF report (in this. I knew that the iText API was designed with the main scope of generating ByteArrayOutputStream stream = new ByteArrayOutputStream();.
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In this blog entry, I will show with a few lines of code how to create an in-memory PDF report and send byfearrayoutputstream as an email attachment. Why is this exercise or illustration important?
How to create an in-memory PDF report and send as an email attachment using iText and Java
Furthermore, I found a lot of search results from the major search engines that discussed the same issue, but no clear example was given in Java. Two such discussions are below. On the other hand, a full example in Bytearrayoutputstreak was also discovered here http: The code to create an in-memory PDF report and send it as an email attachment is below. The text MimeBodyPart is simple to understand; instantiate an instance and set its text. Lastly, a MimeMessage is created and sent off. The spirit of this blog entry aligns with the aforementioned sentiment.
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What you will need to get the code to compile and execute are the following two jar files. TO, iaRecipient ; mimeMessage. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here Please log in using one of these methods to post your comment: Email required Address never made public.
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