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Implementing Aspose functionality in Java script(Java)

Hello,

Is there someone who can provide an example of implementing Apose Java functionality in a Java script?

Thanks on advance!

@BurkLau,

Can you please share your requirements in more details. Also please share which API you are working with so that we may help you out accordingly.

We are about to purchasing Aspose.PDF for Java.
Basically, we need to convert PDF to PDF-A and we have to generate a PDF from a XFA/XFDF file + template.
I know how to build a Java class doing this, but I need to run the functionality from SSIS, which has a Java Script interface. Could you provide an example?

@BurkLau

We are looking into your requirements and will get back to you soon.

@BurkLau

Thanks for your patience.

We have Aspose.PDF Cloud SDK for Java which can serve to fulfill your requirements. In case of any further inquiry related to Cloud SDK, you may please post it in relative forums where you will definitely be assisted accordingly.

Thanks Asad,

This might work, but we have to run locally. There is a privacy issue, but more importantly we have to design a solution that converts preferably more than 10 documents per second. So, the solution must be as performing as possible.

@DoktorBlue

We are checking more details at our end and will get back to you soon.

@DoktorBlue

Thanks for your patience.

We regret to share that we do not offer any local solution for JavaScript. At the moment, we offer API only for .NET, Java, Android via Java and C++ platforms. However, a feature request as PDFJAVA-38523 has been logged in our issue tracking system for your requirements. We will investigate the feasibility of this feature and let you know in case some progress is made towards its implementation.

Please note that document processing or conversion depends upon many factors to be noticed like installed memory in the system, complexity and structure of the document, environment in which document is being processed, etc. Furthermore, Aspose.PDF API is multi-threaded safe as long as one document is accessed by one thread at the time. You may further test the library in your environment and let us know in case you face any issue.