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Pdf Concatenation

Good Day.

I am currently running tests against the Pdf.Kit.PdfEditor Concatenation process vs the Pdf.Facades.PdfEditor Concatenation proccess and the time comparisons arent even close!

One of my many tests included:

225 Files at 24.4MB running 12:08 minutes using the Facades.PdfEditor class and only 11 seconds using the Pdf.Kit.Pdfeditor class. What gives? I could tell there seemed to be additional memory management being done as the process didnt reach as high as it did using the Pdf.Ket.PdfEditor class, but the time difference is huge!

First of all, is there anything else I can do to help this run faster, am I doing anything incorrect, or am I just stuck with this performance?

The code I am using for my test is simple:

var pdfEditor = new PdfFileEditor();
pdfEditor.Concatenate( fileNames, outputFile );
 
Please let me know if there is anything else I can do.
 

Hi,


Thanks for using our products.

We also have provided new DOM (Document Object Model) to manipulate PDF documents. Therefore you may consider using this new approach to Concatenate PDF Files. In case it also gives the same processing/response time, please share the source PDF files so that we can test the scenario at our end. We are sorry for this inconvenience.