I would like to get your opinion on how we can handle the following issues or if they are bugs and when they can be fixed. I am currently evaluating Aspose.PDF for our company and the items marked as important below, are considered critical for our application.
firstname.lastname@example.org:1) named anchors - IimportantIf the html has content like the following:----------------Once converted to PDF, I would expect clicking on "link to in page anchor" to go to the correct place as specified above it. But it seems Aspose.PDF treats it as an external link and tries to go to "in_page_anchor" URL.
In regards to #3,
I would assume this is a common requirement of converting HTML to PDF so not sure why it’s taking long?
email@example.com:In regards to #3,
firstname.lastname@example.org:for #2, i am asking for best practices guide and not sure if it's an issue.for example, sample like:--------When this html is stored in a string/static file, how can i convert to PDF and properly prepend and actual domain to the URLs so the URLs end up like this:http://www.site.com/global/absolute.htmlhttp://www.site.come/home/relative.htmlhttp://www.dymaxium.com/full.html
Hi Gabriel,gabrielmazur:Hi,Is issue PDFNEWNET-40410 already resolved? Or maybe there is a workaround?Best regards,Gabriel
I’m having the same issue as described at the begging “#1” PDFNEWNET-40410
Anchor tag is not working for navigation in the PDF that was converted from HTML
Any news on how to make it work? (Java, Html to PDF)
We have assigned this issue to concerned team member and we will share good news with you soon.