Neil Maartens demonstrates how to use the new PDF SmartObjects available in SmartForms to save SmartForms as PDF files and then use those PDF files . PDF. Download. File Size: KB; Updated: 2/26/ PM. K2 smartforms Save As PDF Control. Symptoms Though Save As PDF generates a PDF file, its formatting/style is completely off and it displays hidden fields and such. This happens in all.
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Rename the system and display name and click Add.
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It basically takes a screenshot of the web page, and saves that as a PDF file. When you intend to generate a PDF based on a web page screenshot, you have to consider the readability of this PDF file, especially if you want this to be printer friendly. You should be seeing Add button instead of Update button. Can you please provide step by step instructions to do it in k2 designer?
Hope you would find my posts useful in your adventure with K2! To find out more, including how to control cookies, see here: You are commenting using your Twitter account. After the SmartObject is created using this assembly, you will be able to use it as a normal SmartObject function.
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Do you have trouble saving the generated PDF document into a server file location? It could not be compatible to other version smrtforms to future K2 software releases. Register the service instance 1. By continuing to use this website, you agree to their use. I most commonly use this to generate a PDF file automatically within the workflow, and attach this file into the email content.
And are there other things I would like to add into my printer-friendly page, such as a barcode? Given so, you can create a more printer-friendly page by selecting a plain white theme, such as the SharePoint theme. Is the color theme appropriate for printers?
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My most commonly used way is by calling a out-of-the-box SmartObject to generate the PDF; otherwise you could also use a SmartForm control if you want to generate the PDF file within the form itself.
You would have to build that logic within the workflow, and set your conditional start within the workflow to wait 1 month. Do you have images and list view rows that can potentially be cut into 2 pages?
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