Create PDF in Java using Templates

What are you creating?

Is it just a simple PDF letter?

Or is it a multi-page report with headers, footers, page numbers, section numbering?

A traditional Java PDF Library requires you to learn a large API and write lots of code to create PDF documents.

The Java code needs to handle all possible cases such as tables that run over pages.

Even simple page numbering can be a tedious task.

The advantages of Templates

Template based solutions allow a document or report to be built using a visual editor.

Placeholders are included in the Template for the dynamic parts of the document.

Great results from templates when you Create PDF in Java

With Docmosis, templates can be created using editors you already know, like: Microsoft Word or OpenOffice.

Placeholders for the dynamic data are added just by typing, like this: <<firstName>>.

Plus the placeholders can contain other instructions to handle: conditional sections, repeating data and more.

Docmosis is written in Java and can be easily embedded in to any Java Application.

Is it any good?

Docmosis has been described as "Mail Merge on Steroids" - Java Mail Merge.

It's currently used in many different applications including: Finance, Health, Education, Legal, Logistics, Marketing and Defence.

It's been chosen by: Cisco, BBC, Department of Defence, Commonwealth Bank of Australia, and many more.

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Because Docmosis uses Templates, your application can create documents in multiple formats: PDF, Doc, DocX, HTML - by adding just one line of code.

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  EXAMPLE TEMPLATES

With great Support

We've been working with all manner of documents since 2006.

Our Support Team has a wealth of knowledge when it comes to this area.

Feel free to tell us about the document you are creating and we'll tell you if Docmosis is right for you.

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