I am working on something now that generates a document (with one image). When I save this document, I save it to a stream, and then read that stream into a string. Basically, I want to send this string back from a service to a web application. This part in itself isn’t hard at all, and I have done it a few times.
When saving the file, I originally got the error ‘can not save an image in a stream’, etc. I then used the HTMLExportImagesFolder, which also works. I figured I could then host that folder in IIS.
This leads me to a few questions:
- If I save these images off, is there a way to overrde their names, and the HTML from the document? Right now, the IMG tag has a URI to the save location, nothing else. In my case, I would need to have this be the IIS URL to that mapped path.
- is there a better way to do this? Basically I am assigning the HTML of the Document to a literal in ASP.net. It needs to reference those images somehow.