COLDFUSION CFDOCUMENT SAVE PDF

You should use the cfdocument tag (with format=”PDF”) to generate the PDF by After you have saved the content as a PDF, use cfheader and cfcontent in. Learn how to create PDFs using cfdocument in ColdFusion with this Free Also note that if you have a Word file that you save HTML, the resulting PDF will not. Is there a way I can save the output from a cfsavecontent to a pdf file? Here’s the cfdocument format=”pdf” filename=”C:\”.

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Configuring and Administering Adobe ColdFusion 9. Developing Adobe ColdFusion 9 Applications. Creating sections, headers, and footers. Using the cfdocument scope. Creating bookmarks in PDF files. Using cfhttp to display web pages. Using advanced PDF options. Saving printable reports in files.

The cfdocument tag converts everything between its start and end tags into PDF or FlashPaper output format and returns it to the browser or saves it to a file. As a result you can easily convert HTML to printable output, as the following example coldfuion.

Interactive tags, such as formcfformand cfapplet. Additionally, the HTML wrapped by the cfdocument tag must be well-formed, with coldfuson tags for every start tag and proper nesting of block-level elements. The following example displays a list of employees, using a cfoutput tag to loop through the query:.

You can use the cfdocument and cfdocumentsection tags to fine-tune your printable output, as follows:. Divides output into sections, optionally specifying custom margins. Within a section, use the cfdocumentitem tag to specify unique headers and footers for each section.

cfdocument Code Examples and CFML Documentation

Each document section starts on a new page. You use one or more cfdocumentitem tags to specify headers and footers or to create a page break. You can use cfdocumentitem tags with or without the cfdocumentsection tag, as follows:.

The cfdocumentitem attribute applies only to the section, and overrides previously specified headers and footers. The cfdocumentitem attribute applies to the entire document, as follows:. You can use the cfdocumentitem tag to create a running header for an entire document, as the following example shows:. When using cfdocumentsectionall text in the document must be enclosed within cfdocumentsection tags.

The margin attributes override margins specified in previous sections or in the parent cfdocument tag. If you specify margin attributes, the unit attribute of the parent cfdocument tag control the units; the default for the unit attribute is inches.

Within a section, use the cfdocumentitem tag to specify unique headers and footers for each section and a page break before each section, as the following example shows:. When you use the cfdocument tag, ColdFusion creates a scope named cfdocument. This scope contains the following variables:. You typically use these variables in a header or footer to display the current page number and total number or pages, as the following example shows:.

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You can use the cfdocument bookmark attribute to create bookmarks for each section within a PDF document, as the following example shows:. You can use the cfhttp tag in combination with the cfdocument tag to display entire web pages in PDF or FlashPaper output format, as the following example shows:. The cfdocument tag supports the Acrobat security options, as the following table shows:. Use the encryption attribute to specify whether PDF output is encrypted.

Specify one of the following:. Use the userpassword attribute to specify a password that users must enter to view the document. Use the ownerpassword attribute to specify a password that users must enter to view and optionally modify the document. Additionally, the cfdocument tag supports the following Acrobat security permissions through the permissions attribute. Specify one or more of the following values; separate multiple permissions with a comma:.

Specify the AllowPrinting attribute to enable viewers to print the document. Specify the AllowModifyContents attribute to let viewers modify the document, assuming they have the required software. Specify the AllowCopy attribute to let viewers select and copy text from the document. Specify AllowModifyAnnotations to let viewers add comments to the document. If users add annotations, they must save the PDF after making changes. Specify AllowScreenReaders to enable access to the document through a screen reader.

Specify AllowAssembly to enable users to create bookmarks and thumbnails, as well as insert, delete, and rotate pages. Specify AllowDegradedPrinting to enable lower-resolution printing. This format prints each page as a bitmap, so printing can be slower. You can use the cfdocument filename attribute to save the generated PDF or SWF content to a file, as the following example shows:.

View Help PDF adobe. As a result you can easily convert HTML to printable output, as the following example shows: Interactive tags, such as formcfformand cfapplet JavaScript that dynamically modifies elements or element positions Additionally, the HTML wrapped by the cfdocument tag must be well-formed, with end tags for every start tag and proper nesting of block-level elements.

Embedding fonts in the report can help ensure consistent display across multiple browsers and platforms. For more information on the considerations related to embedding fonts, see Creating a simple report.

Creating sections, headers, and footers You can use the cfdocument and cfdocumentsection tags to fine-tune your printable output, as follows: Creates page breaks, headers, or footers.

The cfdocumentitem tag You use one or more cfdocumentitem tags to specify headers and footers or to create a page break. You can use cfdocumentitem tags with or without the cfdocumentsection tag, as follows: The cfdocumentitem attribute applies to the entire document, as follows: If the tag is at the top of the document, it applies to the entire document.

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If the tag is in the middle of the document, it applies to the rest of the document. If the tag is at the end of the document, it has no affect.

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You can use the cfdocumentitem cokdfusion to create a running header for an entire document, as the following example shows: The cfdocumentsection tag When using cfdocumentsectionall text in the document crdocument be enclosed within cfdocumentsection tags.

Ckldfusion a section, use the cfdocumentitem tag to specify unique headers cfrocument footers for each section and a page break before each section, as the following example shows: Using the cfdocument scope When you use the cfdocument tag, ColdFusion creates a scope named cfdocument.

This scope contains the following variables: You can use the cfdocument scope variables in expressions within the cfdocumentitem tag only. Creating bookmarks in PDF files You can use the cfdocument bookmark attribute to create bookmarks for each section within a PDF document, as the following example shows: Using cfhttp to display web pages You can use the cfhttp tag in combination with the cfdocument tag to display entire web pages in PDF or FlashPaper output format, as the following example shows: Using advanced PDF options The cfdocument tag supports the Acrobat security options, as the following table shows: Specify one of the following: Permission Description Printing Specify the AllowPrinting attribute to enable viewers to print the document.

Modification Specify the AllowModifyContents attribute to let viewers modify the document, assuming they have the required software. Copy Specify the AllowCopy attribute to let viewers select and copy text from the document. Annotation Specify AllowModifyAnnotations to let viewers add comments to the document. Screen readers Specify AllowScreenReaders to enable cvdocument to the document through a screen reader. Fill in Specify AllowFillIn to enable users to use form fields.

Assembly Specify AllowAssembly to enable users to create bookmarks and savd, as well as insert, delete, and rotate pages. Degraded printing Specify AllowDegradedPrinting to enable lower-resolution printing.

The defaults for these options vary, based on encryption level. These options apply to Svae only. Saving printable reports in files You can use the cfdocument filename attribute to save the generated PDF or SWF content to a file, as the following example shows: The following example displays a list of employees, using a cfoutput tag to loop through the query: You typically use these variables in a header or footer to display the current page number and total number or pages, as the following example shows: Security option Description Encryption.

Specify AllowFillIn to enable users to use savf fields.