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Data sheet: Oracle Solaris 10 (PDF) · Podcasts: Oracle Solaris. Oracle Solaris 10 box. Integrated and tested with the Oracle software stack. Overview. Solaris Advanced User's Guide. Sun Microsystems, Inc. Network Circle. Santa Clara, CA U.S.A.. Part No: –– May the Oracle Solaris 10 release. To use this book, you should have 1–2 years of UNIX system administration experience. Attending UNIX system.

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By using our site, you acknowledge that you have read and understand our Cookie Policy , Privacy Policy , and our Terms of Service. Unable to convert. I read about itext, jasperreports, JODConverter:. I have been trying Ted which is a word processor, internally it access perl libraries. Even though I installed them it still throws errors such libpcre not found. Also, the rtftopdf script tries to access libpng14 which is not available. If anyone tried rtf to pdf conversion on solaris.

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Also, the rtftopdf script tries to access libpng14 which is not available. If anyone tried rtf to pdf conversion on solaris. Please do help me. We cannot upgrade solaris version.

I don't understand your statement 3. According to https: If you find a way to use JODConverter, don't cut on integration tests.

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I read about itext, jasperreports, JODConverter: Teocci 1, 1 13 Anusha Maddali Anusha Maddali 3 4. Are you willing to develop a software for this task? Thanks for your response. I am trying for existing Java libraries or shell script.

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Can you please help me in choosing libraries. I am not expert at unix but I would use a script in another environment in which that is easy to download your rtf files, convert, and upload to your solaris 10 box. This solution may take less time than doing it there. Thank you.

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Solaris 10 print to pdf. Registered User. Join Date: May We are using quite old solaris app and would like to generate files instead of printing to paper. Thanks in advance, Adam.

Feb One way is to install the ghostscript application on Sol You must install pkgutil from opencsw first. There is an application that sends text to pdf. You have to invoke it outside of lp. If it absolutely has to be part of "printing to a file" you will have to play around with svccfg for print services.

If I had it to do: I would simply use the app to write a file and skip printing printing to a pseudodevice. Write some code to run in a crontab entry: Execute the cron entry every minute if users have to have the data "right now".

Last edited by jim mcnamara; at Thank you. We are now thinking about deploying linux virtual machine with cups service to act as network printer saving pdf files. Our app uses network printers so it sounds like good solution. Moderator Emeritus.

I guess the Cups on the Linux box uses ghostscript, too. A print server has the disadvantage that saved files are owned by the print server i. If you have a mail server, you can probably mail back the generated PDF to the user

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