Printing a PDF document with ICEpdf is a highly configurable task that allows users to print using a wide range of Java technologies. To aid. I’ve used the ice:outputResource tag to let the user download a PDF report file. The resource attribute of that tag should point a managed bean property that. How can I make use of downloadAsImage() to download/print the chart in PNG format? I used exportToChart() as mentioned below but it just displays the chart.
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Please guide me for implementation of the same in my project. I’ve used the ice: The resource attribute of that tag should point a managed bean property that implements com. We can use the outputresource tag to link to any type of resource, not only static ones but also dynamically generated files on the fly. Here I’ve observed that the outputresource link won’t appear until the file is actually generated i case of on the fly documents.
Let us assume we wish to generate a pdf file dynamically. The following steps will link it to the above mentioned outputrespurce. Calling the above method if it has no exceptions will make the link to show up and the user can download the file.
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