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manasa teja
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Joined: May 27, 2002
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I am generating PDF reports using Itext. using Itext, is it possible to disable the print facility in the generated report.
Aslo, can we make the PDF document password protected.
If yes,
please let me know.

Bear Bibeault
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I do not know if the PDF format itself allows you to set up a document such that it is password-protected or print-disabled. You should probably drop in on Adobe's site for such info.
But I am assuming, since you posted this on the JSP forum, that you are serving up the PDF via a Servlet (preferred) or a JSP. In that case, you can password protect the Servlet/JSP that serves up the document using any number of protection schemes (home-grown, container-managed, Apache access, etc).

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