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Creating Pdf From Mysql


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I don't know the ins-and-outs of what software is not allowed on TCH but it might be worth checking if FPDF is supported.

 

http://www.fpdf.org/

 

It requires no PDF libraries, it is just a script and some fonts. I have used it many times before, forgive the gross website. It is pretty easy to use, just requires time to fiddle about moving things around the page with trial and error.

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Thanx for the reply ... as I was waiting to a response to my post I continued searching the Net for something and came upon this little resource, too. Seems to work well. Not quite as easy as just clicking something but will accomplish the goal in the long run. Can't beat the cost too. Appreciate your reply!

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Thanx for the reply ... as I was waiting to a response to my post I continued searching the Net for something and came upon this little resource, too. Seems to work well. Not quite as easy as just clicking something but will accomplish the goal in the long run. Can't beat the cost too. Appreciate your reply!

hi Jnull,

If you use php to develop your apps, I think you can resolve your problem with tcpdf. I think it's the best way to generate the pdf file from PHP + MySql.

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