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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Sign up using Email and Password. To avoid this issue, simply make sure the component or HTML element that you want to print has display: Views Read Edit View history. Articles with topics of unclear notability from June All articles with topics of unclear notability Products articles with topics of unclear notability Articles needing additional references from June All articles needing additional references Articles with multiple maintenance issues.
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Sign up using Facebook. And you cannot directly print from a webpage without having the print window popping up. TagLib Documentation For reference, the taglib documentation for this component is available here.
If you exported the image first I’d expect ace: Let us have a look at the following example: June Learn how and when to remove this template message. Well, that is displays it right below the original chart is because that is what your x html does Calling the above method if it has no exceptions will make the link to show up and the user can download the file.
The “activate” event name is now deprecated but treated as an alias for “action” for backwards compatibility with existing applications. Please guide me for implementation of the same in my project.
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