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Can we capture the annotations of pdf on browser through java script


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We have one requirement as we need to store the pdf document and annotations separately. But when we showing the document to user we need to combine the both document and annotations and shown it to user.

If user modifies or add annotations or delete annotations, can you capture theses changes from java script (on client side)? Because once user changes the annotations and click on submit/save button on that page we need to save the document and annotations (which are modified) in different locations.

Can you suggest some solution to this?

Hi Sai,

I would like to inform you that Aspose.Pdf.Kit for Java allows you to import and export annotations from PDF file, in your Java code. However, you can not use it in JavaScript. Also, this is an API which you can use in your Java code to build applications to manipulate annotations in a PDF file. So, if you want to allow your users to import, edit or export annotations from a PDF file, you’ll have to build your own user interface and you can use this component in your code to help you manipulate PDF file.

I hope this helps. If you find any further questions, please do let us know.