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I'm using iText library ti create reports in the pdf format and I've got a problem:
I must create tables with the double border, just like HTML tables with the Border attibute set to 1. But I didn't find the way to it. Does anyone know if it is possible? Thanks
 
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James,
I haven't tried this, but you should be able to put a table within a table and configure both borders appropriately.
 
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check the itext website
go to
http://itextdocs.lowagie.com/tutorial/objects/tables/

they have an example how to solve your problem.

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