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Subject [3/3] pdfbox-docs git commit: PDFBOX-3040: use .md for markdown files
Date Fri, 30 Oct 2015 15:28:58 GMT
PDFBOX-3040: use .md for markdown files


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Branch: refs/heads/master
Commit: c68c6530d35511c9baa3dd120c557627d6e5f706
Parents: 4428815
Author: Maruan Sahyoun <sahyoun@fileaffairs.de>
Authored: Fri Oct 30 16:28:13 2015 +0100
Committer: Maruan Sahyoun <sahyoun@fileaffairs.de>
Committed: Fri Oct 30 16:28:13 2015 +0100

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+---
+layout: default
+title:  Architecture
+---
+
+# Architecture
+
+In order to get the most out of PDFBox it is neccessary to understand how a PDF document
+is organized as PDFBox was architected around the concepts layed out in the 
+ISO-32000 (PDF) Specification
+
+- [ISO Site](http://www.iso.org/iso/catalogue_detail.htm?csnumber=51502)
+- [Adobe Version](http://wwwimages.adobe.com/www.adobe.com/content/dam/Adobe/en/devnet/pdf/pdfs/PDF32000_2008.pdf)
+
+## Quick Introduction to the PDF format
+
+A PDF file is made up of a sequence of bytes. These bytes, grouped into tokens, 
+make up the basic objects upon which higher level objects and structures are built [see ISO-32000 7.3].
+
+<p class="alert alert-info">PDFBox makes these basic objects available in the 
+*org.apache.pdfbox.cos* package (The COS Model).
+</p>
+
+The organization of these objects, how to they are read and how to write them is defined in the file structure of the 
+PDF [see ISO-32000 7.5]. In addition a file can be encrpyted to protect the document's content [see ISO-32000 7.5].
+
+<p class="alert alert-info">PDFBox handles the reading in the *org.apache.pdfbox.pdfparser* package. 
+Writing of PDF files is handled in the *org.apache.pdfbox.pdfwriter* package.
+</p>
+
+Within the file structure basic objects are used to create a document structure building higher level objects such 
+as pages, bookmarks, annotations [see ISO-32000 7.7].
+
+<p class="alert alert-info">PDFBox makes these higher level objects available through the 
+*org.apache.pdfbox.pdfmodel* package (The PD Model).
+</p> 
+
+In addition there is a COS representation available for the PD model if there is a need to 
+inspect the underlying structure or to handle special cases where the higher level PD model
+doesn't provide the functionality needed.
+
+<p class="alert alert-info">It's always the COS model which is represented in the PDF file.</p>
+
+## The COS Model
+
+As outlined above the basic PDF objects are represented in PDFBox in the org.apache.pdfbox.cos package.
+
+| PDF Type | Description | Example | PDFBox class | ISO 32000 |
+| --- | --- | --- | --- | --- |
+| Boolean | Standard True/False values | true | org.apache.pdfbox.cos.COSBoolean | 7.3.2 |
+| Number | Integer and floating point numbers | 1 2.3 | org.apache.pdfbox.cos.COSInteger<br/>org.apache.pdfbox.cos.COSFloat | 7.3.3 |
+| String | A sequence of characters | (This is a string) | org.apache.pdfbox.cos.COSString | 7.3.4 |
+| Name | A predefined value in a PDF document, typically used as a key in a dictionary | /Type | org.apache.pdfbox.cos.COSName | 7.3.5 |
+| Array | Arrays are one-dimensional lists of objects accessed by a numeric index. Within an array each basic object is permitted as an entry. | [549 3.14 false (Ralph) /SomeName] | org.apache.pdfbox.cos.COSArray | 7.3.6 |
+| Dictionary | A map of name value pairs | <<<br/>/Type /XObject<br/>/Name (Name)</br>/Size 1</br>>> | org.apache.pdfbox.cos.COSDictionary | 7.3.7 |
+| Stream | A stream of data, typically compressed. This is used for page contents, images and embedded font streams. | 12 0 obj << /Type /XObject >> stream 030004040404040404 endstream | org.apache.pdfbox.cos.COSStream | 7.3.8 |
+| Object | A wrapper to any of the other objects, this can be used to reference an object multiple times. An object is referenced by using two numbers, an object number and a generation number. Initially the generation number will be zero unless the object got replaced later in the stream. | 12 0 obj << /Type /XObject >> endobj | org.apache.pdfbox.cos.COSObject | |
+
+A page in a pdf document is represented with a COSDictionary. The entries that are available for a page can be seen in the PDF Reference and an example of a page looks like this:
+
+```text
+<<
+    /Type /Page
+    /MediaBox [0 0 612 915]
+    /Contents 56 0 R
+>>
+```
+
+The information within the dictionary can be accessed using the COS model
+
+```java
+COSDictionary page = ...;
+COSArray mediaBox = (COSArray)page.getDictionaryObject( "MediaBox" );
+System.out.println( "Width:" + mediaBox.get( 3 ) );
+```
+
+As can be seen from that little example the COS model provides a low level API to access 
+information within the PDF. In order to use the COS model successfully a good knowledge of
+the PDF specification is needed.
+
+## The PD Model
+
+The COS Model allows access to all aspects of a PDF document. This type of programming is
+tedious and error prone though because the user must know all of the names of the
+parameters and no helper methods are available. The PD Model was created to help
+alleviate this problem. Each type of object(page, font, image) has a set of defined
+attributes that can be available in the dictionary. 
+A PD Model class is available for each of these so that strongly typed methods are
+available to access the attributes. 
+
+The same code from above to get the page width can be rewritten to use PD Model classes.
+
+```java
+PDPage page = ...;
+PDRectangle mediaBox = page.getMediaBox();
+System.out.println( "Width:" + mediaBox.getWidth() );
+```
+
+PD Model objects sit on top of COS model. Typically, the classes in the PD Model will only
+store a COS object and all setter/getter methods will modify data that is stored in the
+COS object. For example, when you call PDPage.getLastModified() the method will do a
+lookup in the COSDictionary with the key "LastModified", if it is found the value is then
+converter to a java.util.Calendar. When PDPage.setLastModified( Calendar ) is called then
+the Calendar is converted to a string in the COSDictionary.
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-layout: default
-title:  Architecture
----
-
-# Architecture
-
-In order to get the most out of PDFBox it is neccessary to understand how a PDF document
-is organized as PDFBox was architected around the concepts layed out in the 
-ISO-32000 (PDF) Specification
-
-- [ISO Site](http://www.iso.org/iso/catalogue_detail.htm?csnumber=51502)
-- [Adobe Version](http://wwwimages.adobe.com/www.adobe.com/content/dam/Adobe/en/devnet/pdf/pdfs/PDF32000_2008.pdf)
-
-## Quick Introduction to the PDF format
-
-A PDF file is made up of a sequence of bytes. These bytes, grouped into tokens, 
-make up the basic objects upon which higher level objects and structures are built [see ISO-32000 7.3].
-
-<p class="alert alert-info">PDFBox makes these basic objects available in the 
-*org.apache.pdfbox.cos* package (The COS Model).
-</p>
-
-The organization of these objects, how to they are read and how to write them is defined in the file structure of the 
-PDF [see ISO-32000 7.5]. In addition a file can be encrpyted to protect the document's content [see ISO-32000 7.5].
-
-<p class="alert alert-info">PDFBox handles the reading in the *org.apache.pdfbox.pdfparser* package. 
-Writing of PDF files is handled in the *org.apache.pdfbox.pdfwriter* package.
-</p>
-
-Within the file structure basic objects are used to create a document structure building higher level objects such 
-as pages, bookmarks, annotations [see ISO-32000 7.7].
-
-<p class="alert alert-info">PDFBox makes these higher level objects available through the 
-*org.apache.pdfbox.pdfmodel* package (The PD Model).
-</p> 
-
-In addition there is a COS representation available for the PD model if there is a need to 
-inspect the underlying structure or to handle special cases where the higher level PD model
-doesn't provide the functionality needed.
-
-<p class="alert alert-info">It's always the COS model which is represented in the PDF file.</p>
-
-## The COS Model
-
-As outlined above the basic PDF objects are represented in PDFBox in the org.apache.pdfbox.cos package.
-
-| PDF Type | Description | Example | PDFBox class | ISO 32000 |
-| --- | --- | --- | --- | --- |
-| Boolean | Standard True/False values | true | org.apache.pdfbox.cos.COSBoolean | 7.3.2 |
-| Number | Integer and floating point numbers | 1 2.3 | org.apache.pdfbox.cos.COSInteger<br/>org.apache.pdfbox.cos.COSFloat | 7.3.3 |
-| String | A sequence of characters | (This is a string) | org.apache.pdfbox.cos.COSString | 7.3.4 |
-| Name | A predefined value in a PDF document, typically used as a key in a dictionary | /Type | org.apache.pdfbox.cos.COSName | 7.3.5 |
-| Array | Arrays are one-dimensional lists of objects accessed by a numeric index. Within an array each basic object is permitted as an entry. | [549 3.14 false (Ralph) /SomeName] | org.apache.pdfbox.cos.COSArray | 7.3.6 |
-| Dictionary | A map of name value pairs | <<<br/>/Type /XObject<br/>/Name (Name)</br>/Size 1</br>>> | org.apache.pdfbox.cos.COSDictionary | 7.3.7 |
-| Stream | A stream of data, typically compressed. This is used for page contents, images and embedded font streams. | 12 0 obj << /Type /XObject >> stream 030004040404040404 endstream | org.apache.pdfbox.cos.COSStream | 7.3.8 |
-| Object | A wrapper to any of the other objects, this can be used to reference an object multiple times. An object is referenced by using two numbers, an object number and a generation number. Initially the generation number will be zero unless the object got replaced later in the stream. | 12 0 obj << /Type /XObject >> endobj | org.apache.pdfbox.cos.COSObject | |
-
-A page in a pdf document is represented with a COSDictionary. The entries that are available for a page can be seen in the PDF Reference and an example of a page looks like this:
-
-```text
-<<
-    /Type /Page
-    /MediaBox [0 0 612 915]
-    /Contents 56 0 R
->>
-```
-
-The information within the dictionary can be accessed using the COS model
-
-```java
-COSDictionary page = ...;
-COSArray mediaBox = (COSArray)page.getDictionaryObject( "MediaBox" );
-System.out.println( "Width:" + mediaBox.get( 3 ) );
-```
-
-As can be seen from that little example the COS model provides a low level API to access 
-information within the PDF. In order to use the COS model successfully a good knowledge of
-the PDF specification is needed.
-
-## The PD Model
-
-The COS Model allows access to all aspects of a PDF document. This type of programming is
-tedious and error prone though because the user must know all of the names of the
-parameters and no helper methods are available. The PD Model was created to help
-alleviate this problem. Each type of object(page, font, image) has a set of defined
-attributes that can be available in the dictionary. 
-A PD Model class is available for each of these so that strongly typed methods are
-available to access the attributes. 
-
-The same code from above to get the page width can be rewritten to use PD Model classes.
-
-```java
-PDPage page = ...;
-PDRectangle mediaBox = page.getMediaBox();
-System.out.println( "Width:" + mediaBox.getWidth() );
-```
-
-PD Model objects sit on top of COS model. Typically, the classes in the PD Model will only
-store a COS object and all setter/getter methods will modify data that is stored in the
-COS object. For example, when you call PDPage.getLastModified() the method will do a
-lookup in the COSDictionary with the key "LastModified", if it is found the value is then
-converter to a java.util.Calendar. When PDPage.setLastModified( Calendar ) is called then
-the Calendar is converted to a string in the COSDictionary.
\ No newline at end of file

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+---
+layout: default
+title:  Command Line Tools
+---
+
+# Command Line Tools
+
+PDFBox comes with a series of command line utilities. They are available as standard Java applications.
+
+See the Dependencies page for instructions on how to set your classpath in order to run 
+PDFBox tools as Java applications.
+
+**Table of Contents**  
+[Decrypt](#decrypt)
+[Encrypt](#encrypt)
+[ExtractText](#extracttext) 
+[OverlayPDF](#overlaypdf)
+[PrintPDF](#printpdf)
+[PDFDebugger](#pdfdebugger)
+[PDFReader](#pdfreader)
+[PDFMerger](#pdfmerger)
+[PDFSplit](#pdfsplit)
+[PDFToImage](#pdftoimage)
+[TextToPDF](#texttopdf)
+[WriteDecodedDoc](#writedecodeddoc)
+
+## Decrypt ##
+
+This application will decrypt a PDF document.
+
+NOTE: You must have the owner password to decrypt the document!
+
+usage: ``java -jar pdfbox-app-x.y.z.jar Decrypt [OPTIONS] <inputfile> [outputfile]``
+
+| Command Line Parameter 	| Description |
+| ------------------------- | ----------- |
+| -password | Password to the PDF or certificate in keystore. |
+| -keyStore | Path to keystore that holds certificate to decrypt the document. This is only required if the document is encrypted with a certificate, otherwise only the password is required. |
+| -alias | The alias to the certificate in the keystore. |
+| inputfile | The PDF file to decrypt. |
+| outputfile | The file to save the decrypted document to. If left blank then it will be the same as the input file. |
+
+## Encrypt ##
+
+This application will encrypt a PDF document.
+
+usage: ``java -jar pdfbox-app-x.y.z.jar Encrypt [OPTIONS] <password> <inputfile>``
+
+| Command Line Parameter | Default | Description |
+| --- | --- | --- |
+| -O | | The owner password to the PDF, ignored if -certFile is specified. |
+| -U | | The user password to the PDF, ignored if -certFile is specified. |
+| -certFile | | Path to X.509 cert file. |
+| -canAssemble | true | Set the assemble permission. |
+| -canExtractContent | true | Set the extraction permission. |
+| -canExtractForAccessibility | true | Set the extraction permission. |
+| -canFillInForm | true | Set the fill in form permission. |
+| -canModify | true | Set the modify permission. |
+| -canModifyAnnotations | true | Set the modify annots permission. |
+| -canPrint | true | Set the print permission. |
+| -canPrintDegraded | true | Set the print degraded permission. |
+| -keyLength | 40 or 128 | The number of bits for the encryption key. For 128 bits [Java Cryptography Extension (JCE) Unlimited Strength Jurisdiction Policy Files](http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/java/javase/downloads/jce-7-download-432124.html) must be installed.|
+| inputfile |  |The PDF file to encrypt. |
+| outputfile |  |The file to save the encrypted document to. If left blank then it will be the same as the input file. |
+
+## ExtractText ##
+
+This application will extract all text from the given PDF document.
+
+usage: ``java -jar pdfbox-app-x.y.z.jar ExtractText [OPTIONS] <inputfile> [Text file] ``
+
+| Command Line Parameter | Default | Description |
+| --- | --- | --- |
+| -password |  | The password to the PDF document. |
+| -encoding | default encoding | The encoding type of the text file, e.g. ISO-8859-1, UTF-8, UTF-16BE. |
+| -console | false | Send text to console instead of file. |
+| -html | false | Output in HTML format instead of raw text. |
+| -sort | false | Sort the text before writing. |
+| -ignoreBeads | false | Disables the separation by beads. |
+| -force | false | Enables pdfbox to ignore corrupt objects. |
+| -debug | false | Enables debug output about the time consumption of every stage. |
+| -startPage | 1 | The first page to extract, one based. |
+| -endPage | Integer.MAX_INT | The last page to extract, one based. |
+| -nonSeq | false | Use the new non sequential parser. |
+
+## OverlayPDF ##
+
+This application will overlay one document with the content of another document
+
+usage: ``java -jar pdfbox-app-x.y.z.jar OverlayPDF <input.pdf> [OPTIONS] <output.pdf>``
+
+| Command Line Parameter | Default | Description |
+| --- | --- | --- |
+| inputfile | | The PDF file to be overlayed. |
+| defaultOverlay.pdf  | | Default overlay file. |
+| -odd oddPageOverlay.pdf| | Overlay file used for odd pages. |
+| -even evenPageOverlay.pdf| | Overlay file used for even pages. |
+| -first firstPageOverlay.pdf| | Overlay file used for the first page. |
+| -last lastPageOverlay.pdf| | Overlay file used for the last pages. |
+| -page pageNumber specificPageOverlay.pdf| | overlay file used for the given page number, may occur more than once. |
+| -position | background | Where to put the overlay, foreground or background. |
+| -nonSeq | false | Use the new non sequential parser. |
+| outputfile | | The resulting pdf file. |
+
+Examples:
+
+- OverlayPDF input.pdf overlay.pdf -nonSeq output.pdf
+- OverlayPDF input.pdf defaultOverlay.pdf -page 10 overlayForPage10.pdf -position foreground -nonSeq output.pdf
+- OverlayPDF input.pdf -odd oddOverlay.pdf -even evenOverlay.pdf -nonSeq output.pdf
+
+## PrintPDF ##
+
+This application will send a pdf document to the printer.
+
+<p class="alert alert-info">You must have the correct permissions to print the document!</p>
+
+usage: ``java -jar pdfbox-app-x.y.z.jar PrintPDF [OPTIONS] <inputfile>``
+
+| Command Line Parameter | Description |
+| --- | --- |
+| -password | The password to decrypt the PDF. |
+| -silentPrint | Print the PDF without prompting for a printer. |
+| inputfile | The PDF file to print. |
+
+## PDFDebugger ##
+
+This application will take an existing PDF document and allows to analyze and inspect the internal structure
+
+usage: ``java -jar pdfbox-app-x.y.z.jar PDFDebugger [inputfile] ``
+
+| Command Line Parameter | Default | Description |
+| --- | --- | --- |
+| -password | | The password to the PDF document. |
+| -nonSeq | false | Use the new non sequential parser.
+| inputfile | | the name of an optional PDF file to open. |
+
+## PDFReader ##
+
+An application to read PDF documents. This will provide Acrobat Reader like functionality.
+
+usage: ``java -jar pdfbox-app-x.y.z.jar PDFReader [PDF file]``
+
+| Command Line Parameter | Default | Description |
+| --- | --- | --- |
+| -password | | The password to the PDF document.|
+| -nonSeq | false | Use the new non sequential parser.|
+| PDF file 	| | the name of an optional PDF file to open |
+
+## PDFMerger ##
+
+This application will take a list of pdf documents and merge them, saving the result in a new document.
+
+usage: ``java -jar pdfbox-app-x.y.z.jar PDFMerger <Source PDF files (2 ..n)> <Target PDF file>``
+
+## PDFSplit ## {#pdfSplit}
+
+This application will take an existing PDF document and split it into a number of other documents
+
+usage: ``java -jar pdfbox-app-x.y.z.jar PDFSplit [OPTIONS] <PDF file>``
+
+| Command Line Parameter | Default | Description |
+| --- | --- | --- |
+| -password | | The password to the PDF document. |
+| -split | | Number of pages of every splitted part of the pdf.|
+| -startPage | | The page to start at. |
+| -endPage | | The page to stop at. |
+| -nonSeq | false | Use the new non sequential parser.|
+
+Examples:
+
+ - PDFSplit -split 2 sample_with_13_pages.pdf will split the pdf in pieces of 2 pages each except the last which will contain 1 page only.
+ - PDFSplit -startPage 5 sample_with_13_pages.pdf will provide a pdf containing all pages of the source pdf starting at page 5
+ - PDFSplit -startPage 5 -endPage 10 sample_with_13_pages.pdf will provide a pdf containing all pages from 5 to 10 of the source pdf
+ - PDFSplit -split 2 -startPage 5 -endPage 10 sample_with_13_pages.pdf will provide 3 pdfs containing all pages from 5 to 10 of the source pdf 2 pages each
+
+## PDFToImage ##
+
+This application will create an image for every page in the PDF document.
+
+usage: ``java -jar pdfbox-app-x.y.z.jar PDFToImage [OPTIONS] <PDF file>``
+
+| Command Line Parameter | Default | Description |
+| --- | --- | --- |
+| -password | | The password to the PDF document.|
+| -imageType | jpg | The image type to write to. Currently only jpg or png. |
+| -outputPrefix | Name of PDF document | The prefix to the image file. |
+| -startPage | 1 | The first page to convert, one based. |
+| -endPage | Integer.MAX_INT | The last page to convert, one based. |
+| -nonSeq | false | Use the new non sequential parser. | 
+
+## TextToPDF ##
+
+This application will create a PDF document from a text file.
+
+usage: ``java -jar pdfbox-app-x.y.z.jar TextToPDF [OPTIONS] <outputfile> <textfile>``
+
+| Command Line Parameter | Default | Description |
+| --- | --- | --- |
+| -standardFont | Helvetica | The font to use for the text. Either this or -ttf should be specified but not both. |
+| -ttf | | The TTF font to use for the text. Either this or -standardFont should be specified but not both. |
+| -fontSize | 10 | The size of the font to use. |
+
+The following font names can be used for the parameter ``standardFont``:
+
+ - Courier
+ - Courier-Bold
+ - Courier-Oblique
+ - Courier-BoldOblique
+ - Helvetica
+ - Helvetica-Bold
+ - Helvetica-Oblique
+ - Helvetica-BoldOblique
+ - Symbol
+ - Times-Bold
+ - Times-Roman
+ - Times-Italic
+ - Times-BoldItalic
+ - ZapfDingbats
+ 
+## WriteDecodedDoc ##
+
+An application to decompress PDF documents.
+
+usage: ``java -jar pdfbox-app-x.y.z.jar WriteDecodedDoc <input-file> <output-file>``
+
+| Command Line Parameter | Default | Description |
+| --- | --- | --- |
+| -password |  | The password to the PDF document. |
+| -nonSeq 	| false | Use the new non sequential parser. |
+| <input-file> |  | The PDF file to decompress |
+| <output-file> |  | The destination PDF file |
+

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-layout: default
-title:  Command Line Tools
----
-
-# Command Line Tools
-
-PDFBox comes with a series of command line utilities. They are available as standard Java applications.
-
-See the Dependencies page for instructions on how to set your classpath in order to run 
-PDFBox tools as Java applications.
-
-**Table of Contents**  
-[Decrypt](#decrypt)
-[Encrypt](#encrypt)
-[ExtractText](#extracttext) 
-[OverlayPDF](#overlaypdf)
-[PrintPDF](#printpdf)
-[PDFDebugger](#pdfdebugger)
-[PDFReader](#pdfreader)
-[PDFMerger](#pdfmerger)
-[PDFSplit](#pdfsplit)
-[PDFToImage](#pdftoimage)
-[TextToPDF](#texttopdf)
-[WriteDecodedDoc](#writedecodeddoc)
-
-## Decrypt ##
-
-This application will decrypt a PDF document.
-
-NOTE: You must have the owner password to decrypt the document!
-
-usage: ``java -jar pdfbox-app-x.y.z.jar Decrypt [OPTIONS] <inputfile> [outputfile]``
-
-| Command Line Parameter 	| Description |
-| ------------------------- | ----------- |
-| -password | Password to the PDF or certificate in keystore. |
-| -keyStore | Path to keystore that holds certificate to decrypt the document. This is only required if the document is encrypted with a certificate, otherwise only the password is required. |
-| -alias | The alias to the certificate in the keystore. |
-| inputfile | The PDF file to decrypt. |
-| outputfile | The file to save the decrypted document to. If left blank then it will be the same as the input file. |
-
-## Encrypt ##
-
-This application will encrypt a PDF document.
-
-usage: ``java -jar pdfbox-app-x.y.z.jar Encrypt [OPTIONS] <password> <inputfile>``
-
-| Command Line Parameter | Default | Description |
-| --- | --- | --- |
-| -O | | The owner password to the PDF, ignored if -certFile is specified. |
-| -U | | The user password to the PDF, ignored if -certFile is specified. |
-| -certFile | | Path to X.509 cert file. |
-| -canAssemble | true | Set the assemble permission. |
-| -canExtractContent | true | Set the extraction permission. |
-| -canExtractForAccessibility | true | Set the extraction permission. |
-| -canFillInForm | true | Set the fill in form permission. |
-| -canModify | true | Set the modify permission. |
-| -canModifyAnnotations | true | Set the modify annots permission. |
-| -canPrint | true | Set the print permission. |
-| -canPrintDegraded | true | Set the print degraded permission. |
-| -keyLength | 40 or 128 | The number of bits for the encryption key. For 128 bits [Java Cryptography Extension (JCE) Unlimited Strength Jurisdiction Policy Files](http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/java/javase/downloads/jce-7-download-432124.html) must be installed.|
-| inputfile |  |The PDF file to encrypt. |
-| outputfile |  |The file to save the encrypted document to. If left blank then it will be the same as the input file. |
-
-## ExtractText ##
-
-This application will extract all text from the given PDF document.
-
-usage: ``java -jar pdfbox-app-x.y.z.jar ExtractText [OPTIONS] <inputfile> [Text file] ``
-
-| Command Line Parameter | Default | Description |
-| --- | --- | --- |
-| -password |  | The password to the PDF document. |
-| -encoding | default encoding | The encoding type of the text file, e.g. ISO-8859-1, UTF-8, UTF-16BE. |
-| -console | false | Send text to console instead of file. |
-| -html | false | Output in HTML format instead of raw text. |
-| -sort | false | Sort the text before writing. |
-| -ignoreBeads | false | Disables the separation by beads. |
-| -force | false | Enables pdfbox to ignore corrupt objects. |
-| -debug | false | Enables debug output about the time consumption of every stage. |
-| -startPage | 1 | The first page to extract, one based. |
-| -endPage | Integer.MAX_INT | The last page to extract, one based. |
-| -nonSeq | false | Use the new non sequential parser. |
-
-## OverlayPDF ##
-
-This application will overlay one document with the content of another document
-
-usage: ``java -jar pdfbox-app-x.y.z.jar OverlayPDF <input.pdf> [OPTIONS] <output.pdf>``
-
-| Command Line Parameter | Default | Description |
-| --- | --- | --- |
-| inputfile | | The PDF file to be overlayed. |
-| defaultOverlay.pdf  | | Default overlay file. |
-| -odd oddPageOverlay.pdf| | Overlay file used for odd pages. |
-| -even evenPageOverlay.pdf| | Overlay file used for even pages. |
-| -first firstPageOverlay.pdf| | Overlay file used for the first page. |
-| -last lastPageOverlay.pdf| | Overlay file used for the last pages. |
-| -page pageNumber specificPageOverlay.pdf| | overlay file used for the given page number, may occur more than once. |
-| -position | background | Where to put the overlay, foreground or background. |
-| -nonSeq | false | Use the new non sequential parser. |
-| outputfile | | The resulting pdf file. |
-
-Examples:
-
-- OverlayPDF input.pdf overlay.pdf -nonSeq output.pdf
-- OverlayPDF input.pdf defaultOverlay.pdf -page 10 overlayForPage10.pdf -position foreground -nonSeq output.pdf
-- OverlayPDF input.pdf -odd oddOverlay.pdf -even evenOverlay.pdf -nonSeq output.pdf
-
-## PrintPDF ##
-
-This application will send a pdf document to the printer.
-
-<p class="alert alert-info">You must have the correct permissions to print the document!</p>
-
-usage: ``java -jar pdfbox-app-x.y.z.jar PrintPDF [OPTIONS] <inputfile>``
-
-| Command Line Parameter | Description |
-| --- | --- |
-| -password | The password to decrypt the PDF. |
-| -silentPrint | Print the PDF without prompting for a printer. |
-| inputfile | The PDF file to print. |
-
-## PDFDebugger ##
-
-This application will take an existing PDF document and allows to analyze and inspect the internal structure
-
-usage: ``java -jar pdfbox-app-x.y.z.jar PDFDebugger [inputfile] ``
-
-| Command Line Parameter | Default | Description |
-| --- | --- | --- |
-| -password | | The password to the PDF document. |
-| -nonSeq | false | Use the new non sequential parser.
-| inputfile | | the name of an optional PDF file to open. |
-
-## PDFReader ##
-
-An application to read PDF documents. This will provide Acrobat Reader like functionality.
-
-usage: ``java -jar pdfbox-app-x.y.z.jar PDFReader [PDF file]``
-
-| Command Line Parameter | Default | Description |
-| --- | --- | --- |
-| -password | | The password to the PDF document.|
-| -nonSeq | false | Use the new non sequential parser.|
-| PDF file 	| | the name of an optional PDF file to open |
-
-## PDFMerger ##
-
-This application will take a list of pdf documents and merge them, saving the result in a new document.
-
-usage: ``java -jar pdfbox-app-x.y.z.jar PDFMerger <Source PDF files (2 ..n)> <Target PDF file>``
-
-## PDFSplit ## {#pdfSplit}
-
-This application will take an existing PDF document and split it into a number of other documents
-
-usage: ``java -jar pdfbox-app-x.y.z.jar PDFSplit [OPTIONS] <PDF file>``
-
-| Command Line Parameter | Default | Description |
-| --- | --- | --- |
-| -password | | The password to the PDF document. |
-| -split | | Number of pages of every splitted part of the pdf.|
-| -startPage | | The page to start at. |
-| -endPage | | The page to stop at. |
-| -nonSeq | false | Use the new non sequential parser.|
-
-Examples:
-
- - PDFSplit -split 2 sample_with_13_pages.pdf will split the pdf in pieces of 2 pages each except the last which will contain 1 page only.
- - PDFSplit -startPage 5 sample_with_13_pages.pdf will provide a pdf containing all pages of the source pdf starting at page 5
- - PDFSplit -startPage 5 -endPage 10 sample_with_13_pages.pdf will provide a pdf containing all pages from 5 to 10 of the source pdf
- - PDFSplit -split 2 -startPage 5 -endPage 10 sample_with_13_pages.pdf will provide 3 pdfs containing all pages from 5 to 10 of the source pdf 2 pages each
-
-## PDFToImage ##
-
-This application will create an image for every page in the PDF document.
-
-usage: ``java -jar pdfbox-app-x.y.z.jar PDFToImage [OPTIONS] <PDF file>``
-
-| Command Line Parameter | Default | Description |
-| --- | --- | --- |
-| -password | | The password to the PDF document.|
-| -imageType | jpg | The image type to write to. Currently only jpg or png. |
-| -outputPrefix | Name of PDF document | The prefix to the image file. |
-| -startPage | 1 | The first page to convert, one based. |
-| -endPage | Integer.MAX_INT | The last page to convert, one based. |
-| -nonSeq | false | Use the new non sequential parser. | 
-
-## TextToPDF ##
-
-This application will create a PDF document from a text file.
-
-usage: ``java -jar pdfbox-app-x.y.z.jar TextToPDF [OPTIONS] <outputfile> <textfile>``
-
-| Command Line Parameter | Default | Description |
-| --- | --- | --- |
-| -standardFont | Helvetica | The font to use for the text. Either this or -ttf should be specified but not both. |
-| -ttf | | The TTF font to use for the text. Either this or -standardFont should be specified but not both. |
-| -fontSize | 10 | The size of the font to use. |
-
-The following font names can be used for the parameter ``standardFont``:
-
- - Courier
- - Courier-Bold
- - Courier-Oblique
- - Courier-BoldOblique
- - Helvetica
- - Helvetica-Bold
- - Helvetica-Oblique
- - Helvetica-BoldOblique
- - Symbol
- - Times-Bold
- - Times-Roman
- - Times-Italic
- - Times-BoldItalic
- - ZapfDingbats
- 
-## WriteDecodedDoc ##
-
-An application to decompress PDF documents.
-
-usage: ``java -jar pdfbox-app-x.y.z.jar WriteDecodedDoc <input-file> <output-file>``
-
-| Command Line Parameter | Default | Description |
-| --- | --- | --- |
-| -password |  | The password to the PDF document. |
-| -nonSeq 	| false | Use the new non sequential parser. |
-| <input-file> |  | The PDF file to decompress |
-| <output-file> |  | The destination PDF file |
-

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+layout: default
+title:  Cookbook - Document Creation
+---
+
+# Document Creation
+
+## Create a blank PDF
+
+This small sample shows how to create a new PDF document using PDFBox.
+
+~~~java
+// Create a new empty document
+PDDocument document = new PDDocument();
+
+// Create a new blank page and add it to the document
+PDPage blankPage = new PDPage();
+document.addPage( blankPage );
+
+// Save the newly created document
+document.save("BlankPage.pdf");
+
+// finally make sure that the document is properly
+// closed.
+document.close();
+~~~
+
+## Hello World using a PDF base font
+
+This small sample shows how to create a new document and print the text "Hello World" using one of the PDF base fonts.
+
+~~~java
+// Create a document and add a page to it
+PDDocument document = new PDDocument();
+PDPage page = new PDPage();
+document.addPage( page );
+
+// Create a new font object selecting one of the PDF base fonts
+PDFont font = PDType1Font.HELVETICA_BOLD;
+
+// Start a new content stream which will "hold" the to be created content
+PDPageContentStream contentStream = new PDPageContentStream(document, page);
+
+// Define a text content stream using the selected font, moving the cursor and drawing the text "Hello World"
+contentStream.beginText();
+contentStream.setFont( font, 12 );
+contentStream.moveTextPositionByAmount( 100, 700 );
+contentStream.drawString( "Hello World" );
+contentStream.endText();
+
+// Make sure that the content stream is closed:
+contentStream.close();
+
+// Save the results and ensure that the document is properly closed:
+document.save( "Hello World.pdf");
+document.close();
+~~~
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-
-# Document Creation
-
-## Create a blank PDF
-
-This small sample shows how to create a new PDF document using PDFBox.
-
-~~~java
-// Create a new empty document
-PDDocument document = new PDDocument();
-
-// Create a new blank page and add it to the document
-PDPage blankPage = new PDPage();
-document.addPage( blankPage );
-
-// Save the newly created document
-document.save("BlankPage.pdf");
-
-// finally make sure that the document is properly
-// closed.
-document.close();
-~~~
-
-## Hello World using a PDF base font
-
-This small sample shows how to create a new document and print the text "Hello World" using one of the PDF base fonts.
-
-~~~java
-// Create a document and add a page to it
-PDDocument document = new PDDocument();
-PDPage page = new PDPage();
-document.addPage( page );
-
-// Create a new font object selecting one of the PDF base fonts
-PDFont font = PDType1Font.HELVETICA_BOLD;
-
-// Start a new content stream which will "hold" the to be created content
-PDPageContentStream contentStream = new PDPageContentStream(document, page);
-
-// Define a text content stream using the selected font, moving the cursor and drawing the text "Hello World"
-contentStream.beginText();
-contentStream.setFont( font, 12 );
-contentStream.moveTextPositionByAmount( 100, 700 );
-contentStream.drawString( "Hello World" );
-contentStream.endText();
-
-// Make sure that the content stream is closed:
-contentStream.close();
-
-// Save the results and ensure that the document is properly closed:
-document.save( "Hello World.pdf");
-document.close();
-~~~
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+---
+layout: default
+title:     Create a valid PDF/A document
+Notice:    Licensed to the Apache Software Foundation (ASF) under one
+           or more contributor license agreements.  See the NOTICE file
+           distributed with this work for additional information
+           regarding copyright ownership.  The ASF licenses this file
+           to you under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the
+           "License"); you may not use this file except in compliance
+           with the License.  You may obtain a copy of the License at
+           .
+             http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0
+           .
+           Unless required by applicable law or agreed to in writing,
+           software distributed under the License is distributed on an
+           "AS IS" BASIS, WITHOUT WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS OF ANY
+           KIND, either express or implied.  See the License for the
+           specific language governing permissions and limitations
+           under the License.
+---
+
+# PDF/A Creation
+
+The Apache PDFBox API can be used to create a PDF/A File. PDF/A is a PDF file with some constraints to ensure its 
+long time conservation. These constraints are described in ISO 19005.
+
+This small sample shows what should be added during creation of a PDF file to transform it in a valid PDF/A 
+document. The current example creates a valid PDF/A-1b document.
+
+## Load all the fonts used in document
+
+The PDF/A specification enforces that the fonts used in the document are present in the PDF File. You
+have to load them. As an example:
+
+~~~java
+InputStream fontStream = CreatePDFA.class.getResourceAsStream("/org/apache/pdfbox/resources/ttf/ArialMT.ttf");
+PDFont font = PDTrueTypeFont.loadTTF(doc, fontStream);
+~~~
+## Including XMP metadata block
+
+It is imposed to have xmp metadata defined in the PDF. At least, the PDFA Schema (giving details on the version
+of PDF/A specification reached by the document) must be present. These lines create the xmp metadata for a
+PDF/A-1b document:
+
+~~~java
+XMPMetadata xmp = new XMPMetadata();
+XMPSchemaPDFAId pdfaid = new XMPSchemaPDFAId(xmp);
+xmp.addSchema(pdfaid);
+pdfaid.setConformance("B");
+pdfaid.setPart(1);
+pdfaid.setAbout("");
+metadata.importXMPMetadata(xmp);
+~~~
+
+## Including color profile
+
+It is mandatory to include the color profile used by the document. Different profiles can be used. This 
+example takes one present in pdfbox:
+
+~~~java
+// create output intent
+InputStream colorProfile = CreatePDFA.class.getResourceAsStream("/org/apache/pdfbox/resources/pdfa/sRGB Color Space Profile.icm");
+PDOutputIntent oi = new PDOutputIntent(doc, colorProfile); 
+oi.setInfo("sRGB IEC61966-2.1"); 
+oi.setOutputCondition("sRGB IEC61966-2.1"); 
+oi.setOutputConditionIdentifier("sRGB IEC61966-2.1"); 
+oi.setRegistryName("http://www.color.org"); 
+cat.addOutputIntent(oi);
+~~~~
+
+## Complete example
+
+The complete example can be found in pdfbox-example. The source file is
+
+	src/main/java/org/apache/pdfbox/examples/pdfa/CreatePDFA.java
+

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-title:     Create a valid PDF/A document
-Notice:    Licensed to the Apache Software Foundation (ASF) under one
-           or more contributor license agreements.  See the NOTICE file
-           distributed with this work for additional information
-           regarding copyright ownership.  The ASF licenses this file
-           to you under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the
-           "License"); you may not use this file except in compliance
-           with the License.  You may obtain a copy of the License at
-           .
-             http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0
-           .
-           Unless required by applicable law or agreed to in writing,
-           software distributed under the License is distributed on an
-           "AS IS" BASIS, WITHOUT WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS OF ANY
-           KIND, either express or implied.  See the License for the
-           specific language governing permissions and limitations
-           under the License.
----
-
-# PDF/A Creation
-
-The Apache PDFBox API can be used to create a PDF/A File. PDF/A is a PDF file with some constraints to ensure its 
-long time conservation. These constraints are described in ISO 19005.
-
-This small sample shows what should be added during creation of a PDF file to transform it in a valid PDF/A 
-document. The current example creates a valid PDF/A-1b document.
-
-## Load all the fonts used in document
-
-The PDF/A specification enforces that the fonts used in the document are present in the PDF File. You
-have to load them. As an example:
-
-~~~java
-InputStream fontStream = CreatePDFA.class.getResourceAsStream("/org/apache/pdfbox/resources/ttf/ArialMT.ttf");
-PDFont font = PDTrueTypeFont.loadTTF(doc, fontStream);
-~~~
-## Including XMP metadata block
-
-It is imposed to have xmp metadata defined in the PDF. At least, the PDFA Schema (giving details on the version
-of PDF/A specification reached by the document) must be present. These lines create the xmp metadata for a
-PDF/A-1b document:
-
-~~~java
-XMPMetadata xmp = new XMPMetadata();
-XMPSchemaPDFAId pdfaid = new XMPSchemaPDFAId(xmp);
-xmp.addSchema(pdfaid);
-pdfaid.setConformance("B");
-pdfaid.setPart(1);
-pdfaid.setAbout("");
-metadata.importXMPMetadata(xmp);
-~~~
-
-## Including color profile
-
-It is mandatory to include the color profile used by the document. Different profiles can be used. This 
-example takes one present in pdfbox:
-
-~~~java
-// create output intent
-InputStream colorProfile = CreatePDFA.class.getResourceAsStream("/org/apache/pdfbox/resources/pdfa/sRGB Color Space Profile.icm");
-PDOutputIntent oi = new PDOutputIntent(doc, colorProfile); 
-oi.setInfo("sRGB IEC61966-2.1"); 
-oi.setOutputCondition("sRGB IEC61966-2.1"); 
-oi.setOutputConditionIdentifier("sRGB IEC61966-2.1"); 
-oi.setRegistryName("http://www.color.org"); 
-cat.addOutputIntent(oi);
-~~~~
-
-## Complete example
-
-The complete example can be found in pdfbox-example. The source file is
-
-	src/main/java/org/apache/pdfbox/examples/pdfa/CreatePDFA.java
-

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+layout: default
+title: Cookbook - PDF/A Validation
+---
+
+# PDF/A Validation
+
+The Apache Preflight library is a Java tool that implements a parser compliant with the ISO-19005 specification (aka PDF/A-1).
+Check Compliance with PDF/A-1b
+
+This small sample shows how to check the compliance of a file with the PDF/A-1b specification.
+
+~~~java
+ValidationResult result = null;
+
+FileDataSource fd = new FileDataSource(args[0]);
+PreflightParser parser = new PreflightParser(fd);
+try
+{
+
+    /* Parse the PDF file with PreflightParser that inherits from the NonSequentialParser.
+     * Some additional controls are present to check a set of PDF/A requirements. 
+     * (Stream length consistency, EOL after some Keyword...)
+     */
+    parser.parse();
+
+    /* Once the syntax validation is done, 
+     * the parser can provide a PreflightDocument 
+     * (that inherits from PDDocument) 
+     * This document process the end of PDF/A validation.
+     */
+    PreflightDocument document = parser.getPreflightDocument();
+    document.validate();
+
+    // Get validation result
+    result = document.getResult();
+    document.close();
+
+}
+catch (SyntaxValidationException e)
+{
+    /* the parse method can throw a SyntaxValidationException 
+     * if the PDF file can't be parsed.
+     * In this case, the exception contains an instance of ValidationResult  
+     */
+    result = e.getResult();
+}
+
+// display validation result
+if (result.isValid())
+{
+    System.out.println("The file " + args[0] + " is a valid PDF/A-1b file");
+}
+else
+{
+    System.out.println("The file" + args[0] + " is not valid, error(s) :");
+    for (ValidationError error : result.getErrorsList())
+    {
+        System.out.println(error.getErrorCode() + " : " + error.getDetails());
+    }
+}
+~~~
+      	
+## Categories of Validation Error
+
+If a validation fails, the ValidationResult object contains all causes of the failure.
+In order to help in the failure understanding, all error codes have the following form X[.Y[.Z]] where :
+
+ - 'X' is the category (ex : Font validation error...)
+ - 'Y' represent a subsection of the category (ex : "Font with Glyph error")
+ - 'Z' represent the cause of the error (ex : "Font with a missing Glyph")
+
+Category ('Y') and cause ('Z') may be missing according to the difficulty to identify the error detail.
+
+Here after, you can find all Categories (for detailed cause, see constants in the ``PreflightConstants`` interface) :
+
+| Category | Description |
+| -------- | ----------- | 
+| 1[.y[.z]] | Syntax Error |
+| 2[.y[.z]] | Graphic Error |
+| 3[.y[.z]] | Font Error |
+| 4[.y[.z]] | Transparency Error |
+| 5[.y[.z]] | Annotation Error |
+| 6[.y[.z]] | Action Error |
+| 7[.y[.z]] | Metadata Error |

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-
-# PDF/A Validation
-
-The Apache Preflight library is a Java tool that implements a parser compliant with the ISO-19005 specification (aka PDF/A-1).
-Check Compliance with PDF/A-1b
-
-This small sample shows how to check the compliance of a file with the PDF/A-1b specification.
-
-~~~java
-ValidationResult result = null;
-
-FileDataSource fd = new FileDataSource(args[0]);
-PreflightParser parser = new PreflightParser(fd);
-try
-{
-
-    /* Parse the PDF file with PreflightParser that inherits from the NonSequentialParser.
-     * Some additional controls are present to check a set of PDF/A requirements. 
-     * (Stream length consistency, EOL after some Keyword...)
-     */
-    parser.parse();
-
-    /* Once the syntax validation is done, 
-     * the parser can provide a PreflightDocument 
-     * (that inherits from PDDocument) 
-     * This document process the end of PDF/A validation.
-     */
-    PreflightDocument document = parser.getPreflightDocument();
-    document.validate();
-
-    // Get validation result
-    result = document.getResult();
-    document.close();
-
-}
-catch (SyntaxValidationException e)
-{
-    /* the parse method can throw a SyntaxValidationException 
-     * if the PDF file can't be parsed.
-     * In this case, the exception contains an instance of ValidationResult  
-     */
-    result = e.getResult();
-}
-
-// display validation result
-if (result.isValid())
-{
-    System.out.println("The file " + args[0] + " is a valid PDF/A-1b file");
-}
-else
-{
-    System.out.println("The file" + args[0] + " is not valid, error(s) :");
-    for (ValidationError error : result.getErrorsList())
-    {
-        System.out.println(error.getErrorCode() + " : " + error.getDetails());
-    }
-}
-~~~
-      	
-## Categories of Validation Error
-
-If a validation fails, the ValidationResult object contains all causes of the failure.
-In order to help in the failure understanding, all error codes have the following form X[.Y[.Z]] where :
-
- - 'X' is the category (ex : Font validation error...)
- - 'Y' represent a subsection of the category (ex : "Font with Glyph error")
- - 'Z' represent the cause of the error (ex : "Font with a missing Glyph")
-
-Category ('Y') and cause ('Z') may be missing according to the difficulty to identify the error detail.
-
-Here after, you can find all Categories (for detailed cause, see constants in the ``PreflightConstants`` interface) :
-
-| Category | Description |
-| -------- | ----------- | 
-| 1[.y[.z]] | Syntax Error |
-| 2[.y[.z]] | Graphic Error |
-| 3[.y[.z]] | Font Error |
-| 4[.y[.z]] | Transparency Error |
-| 5[.y[.z]] | Annotation Error |
-| 6[.y[.z]] | Action Error |
-| 7[.y[.z]] | Metadata Error |

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+title: Cookbook - Textextraction
+---
+
+# Textextraction
+
+## Extracting Text
+
+See class:org.apache.pdfbox.util.PDFTextStripper  
+See class:org.apache.pdfbox.searchengine.lucene.LucenePDFDocument  
+See command line app:ExtractText  
+
+One of the main features of PDFBox is its ability to quickly and accurately extract text 
+from a variety of PDF documents. This functionality is encapsulated in the 
+org.apache.pdfbox.util.PDFTextStripper and can be easily executed on the command line with 
+org.apache.pdfbox.ExtractText.
+
+## Lucene Integration
+
+Lucene is an open source text search library from the Apache Jakarta Project. In order for
+Lucene to be able to index a PDF document it must first be converted to text. PDFBox provides 
+a simple approach for adding PDF documents into a Lucene index.
+
+~~~java
+Document luceneDocument = LucenePDFDocument.getDocument( ... );
+~~~
+
+Now that you hava a Lucene Document object, you can add it to the Lucene index just like 
+you would if it had been created from a text or HTML file. The LucenePDFDocument automatically 
+extracts a variety of metadata fields from the PDF to be added to the index, the javadoc 
+shows details on those fields. This approach is very simple and should be sufficient for 
+most users, if not then you can use some of the advanced text extraction techniques 
+described in the next section.
+
+## Advanced Text Extraction
+
+Some applications will have complex text extraction requiments and neither the command 
+line application nor the LucenePDFDocument will be able to fulfill those requirements. 
+It is possible for users to utilize or extend the PDFTextStripper class to meet some of 
+these requirements.
+
+### Limiting The Extracted Text
+
+There are several ways that we can limit the text that is extracted during the extraction 
+process. The simplest is to specify the range of pages that you want to be extracted. 
+For example, to only extract text from the second and third pages of the PDF document 
+you could do this:
+
+~~~java
+PDFTextStripper stripper = new PDFTextStripper();
+stripper.setStartPage( 2 );
+stripper.setEndPage( 3 );
+stripper.writeText( ... );
+~~~~
+        
+NOTE: The startPage and endPage properties of PDFTextStripper are 1 based and inclusive.
+
+If you wanted to start on page 2 and extract to the end of the document then you would just
+set the startPage property. By default all pages in the pdf document are extracted.
+
+It is also possible to limit the extracted text to be between two bookmarks in the page. 
+If you are not familiar with how to use bookmarks in PDFBox then you should review the 
+Bookmarks page. Similar to the startPage/endPage properties, PDFTextStripper also has 
+startBookmark/endBookmark properties. There are some caveats to be aware of when using this
+feature of the PDFTextStripper. Not all bookmarks point to a page in the current PDF document. 
+
+The possible states of a bookmark are:
+
+ - null - The property was not set, this is the default.
+ - Points to page in the PDF - The property was set and points to a valid page in the PDF
+ - Bookmark does not point to anything - The property was set but the bookmark does not point to any page
+ - Bookmark points to external action - The property was set, but it points to a page in a different PDF or performs an action when activated
+
+The table below will describe how PDFBox behaves in the various scenarios:
+
+| Start Bookmark | End Bookmark | Result |
+| -------------- | ------------ | ------ |
+| null | null | This is the default, the properties have no effect on the text extraction. |
+| Points to a page in the PDF | null | Text extraction will begin on the page that this bookmark points to and go until the end of the document. |
+| null | Points to a page in the PDF | Text extraction will begin on the first page and stop at the end of the page that this bookmark points to. |
+| Bookmark does not point to anything | null | Because the PDFTextStripper cannot determine a start page based on the bookmark, it will start on the first page and go until the end of the document. |
+| null | Bookmark does not point to anything | Because the PDFTextStripper cannot determine a end page based on the bookmark, it will start on the first page and go until the end of the document. |
+| Bookmark does not point to anything | Bookmark does not point to anything | This is a special case! If the startBookmark and endBookmark are exactly the same then no text will be extracted. If they are different then it is not possible for the PDFTextStripper to determine that pages so it will include the entire document. | 
+| Bookmark points to external action | Bookmark points to external action | If either the startBookmark or the endBookmark refer to an external page or execute an action then an OutlineNotLocalException will be thrown to indicate to the user that the bookmark is not valid. |
+
+NOTE: PDFTextStripper will check both the startPage/endPage and the startBookmark/endBookmark to determine if text should be extracted from the current page.
+
+### External Glyph List
+
+Some PDF files need to map between glyph names and Unicode values during text extraction. 
+PDFBox comes with an Adobe Glyph List, but you may encounter files with glyph names that 
+are not in that map. To use your own glyphlist file, supply the file name to the ``glyphlist_ext`` JVM property.
+
+### Right to Left Text
+
+Extracting text in languages whose text goes from right to left (such as Arabic and Hebrew)
+in PDF files can result in text that is backwards. PDFBox can normalize and reverse the text
+if the ICU4J jar file has been placed on the classpath (it is an optional dependency). 
+Note that you should also enable sorting with either org.apache.pdfbox.util.PDFTextStripper 
+or org.apache.pdfbox.ExtractText to ensure accurate output.

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-
-# Textextraction
-
-## Extracting Text
-
-See class:org.apache.pdfbox.util.PDFTextStripper  
-See class:org.apache.pdfbox.searchengine.lucene.LucenePDFDocument  
-See command line app:ExtractText  
-
-One of the main features of PDFBox is its ability to quickly and accurately extract text 
-from a variety of PDF documents. This functionality is encapsulated in the 
-org.apache.pdfbox.util.PDFTextStripper and can be easily executed on the command line with 
-org.apache.pdfbox.ExtractText.
-
-## Lucene Integration
-
-Lucene is an open source text search library from the Apache Jakarta Project. In order for
-Lucene to be able to index a PDF document it must first be converted to text. PDFBox provides 
-a simple approach for adding PDF documents into a Lucene index.
-
-~~~java
-Document luceneDocument = LucenePDFDocument.getDocument( ... );
-~~~
-
-Now that you hava a Lucene Document object, you can add it to the Lucene index just like 
-you would if it had been created from a text or HTML file. The LucenePDFDocument automatically 
-extracts a variety of metadata fields from the PDF to be added to the index, the javadoc 
-shows details on those fields. This approach is very simple and should be sufficient for 
-most users, if not then you can use some of the advanced text extraction techniques 
-described in the next section.
-
-## Advanced Text Extraction
-
-Some applications will have complex text extraction requiments and neither the command 
-line application nor the LucenePDFDocument will be able to fulfill those requirements. 
-It is possible for users to utilize or extend the PDFTextStripper class to meet some of 
-these requirements.
-
-### Limiting The Extracted Text
-
-There are several ways that we can limit the text that is extracted during the extraction 
-process. The simplest is to specify the range of pages that you want to be extracted. 
-For example, to only extract text from the second and third pages of the PDF document 
-you could do this:
-
-~~~java
-PDFTextStripper stripper = new PDFTextStripper();
-stripper.setStartPage( 2 );
-stripper.setEndPage( 3 );
-stripper.writeText( ... );
-~~~~
-        
-NOTE: The startPage and endPage properties of PDFTextStripper are 1 based and inclusive.
-
-If you wanted to start on page 2 and extract to the end of the document then you would just
-set the startPage property. By default all pages in the pdf document are extracted.
-
-It is also possible to limit the extracted text to be between two bookmarks in the page. 
-If you are not familiar with how to use bookmarks in PDFBox then you should review the 
-Bookmarks page. Similar to the startPage/endPage properties, PDFTextStripper also has 
-startBookmark/endBookmark properties. There are some caveats to be aware of when using this
-feature of the PDFTextStripper. Not all bookmarks point to a page in the current PDF document. 
-
-The possible states of a bookmark are:
-
- - null - The property was not set, this is the default.
- - Points to page in the PDF - The property was set and points to a valid page in the PDF
- - Bookmark does not point to anything - The property was set but the bookmark does not point to any page
- - Bookmark points to external action - The property was set, but it points to a page in a different PDF or performs an action when activated
-
-The table below will describe how PDFBox behaves in the various scenarios:
-
-| Start Bookmark | End Bookmark | Result |
-| -------------- | ------------ | ------ |
-| null | null | This is the default, the properties have no effect on the text extraction. |
-| Points to a page in the PDF | null | Text extraction will begin on the page that this bookmark points to and go until the end of the document. |
-| null | Points to a page in the PDF | Text extraction will begin on the first page and stop at the end of the page that this bookmark points to. |
-| Bookmark does not point to anything | null | Because the PDFTextStripper cannot determine a start page based on the bookmark, it will start on the first page and go until the end of the document. |
-| null | Bookmark does not point to anything | Because the PDFTextStripper cannot determine a end page based on the bookmark, it will start on the first page and go until the end of the document. |
-| Bookmark does not point to anything | Bookmark does not point to anything | This is a special case! If the startBookmark and endBookmark are exactly the same then no text will be extracted. If they are different then it is not possible for the PDFTextStripper to determine that pages so it will include the entire document. | 
-| Bookmark points to external action | Bookmark points to external action | If either the startBookmark or the endBookmark refer to an external page or execute an action then an OutlineNotLocalException will be thrown to indicate to the user that the bookmark is not valid. |
-
-NOTE: PDFTextStripper will check both the startPage/endPage and the startBookmark/endBookmark to determine if text should be extracted from the current page.
-
-### External Glyph List
-
-Some PDF files need to map between glyph names and Unicode values during text extraction. 
-PDFBox comes with an Adobe Glyph List, but you may encounter files with glyph names that 
-are not in that map. To use your own glyphlist file, supply the file name to the ``glyphlist_ext`` JVM property.
-
-### Right to Left Text
-
-Extracting text in languages whose text goes from right to left (such as Arabic and Hebrew)
-in PDF files can result in text that is backwards. PDFBox can normalize and reverse the text
-if the ICU4J jar file has been placed on the classpath (it is an optional dependency). 
-Note that you should also enable sorting with either org.apache.pdfbox.util.PDFTextStripper 
-or org.apache.pdfbox.ExtractText to ensure accurate output.

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+title: Cookbook - Working with Attachments
+---
+
+# Working with Attachments
+
+## The PDF File Specification
+
+See package:org.apache.pdfbox.pdmodel.common.filespecification  
+See example:EmbeddedFiles  
+
+A PDF can contain references to external files via the file system or a URL to a remote 
+location. It is also possible to embed a binary file into a PDF document.
+
+There are two classes that can be used when referencing a file. ``PDSimpleFileSpecification``
+is a simple string reference to a file(e.g. "./movies/BigMovie.avi"). The simple file 
+specification does not allow for any parameters to be set. 
+
+The ``PDComplexFileSpecification`` is more feature rich and allows for advanced settings on 
+the file reference.
+
+It is also possible to embed a file directly into a PDF. Instead of setting the file 
+attribute of the ``PDComplexFileSpecification``, the ``EmbeddedFile`` attribute can be used instead.
+
+## Adding a File Attachment
+
+PDF documents can contain file attachments that are accessed from the Document->File Attachments 
+menu. PDFBox allows attachments to be added to and extracted from PDF documents. 
+Attachments are part of the named tree that is attached to the document catalog.
+
+~~~java
+PDEmbeddedFilesNameTreeNode efTree = new PDEmbeddedFilesNameTreeNode();
+
+//first create the file specification, which holds the embedded file
+PDComplexFileSpecification fs = new PDComplexFileSpecification();
+fs.setFile( "Test.txt" );
+InputStream is = ...;
+PDEmbeddedFile ef = new PDEmbeddedFile(doc, is );
+//set some of the attributes of the embedded file
+ef.setSubtype( "test/plain" );
+ef.setSize( data.length );
+ef.setCreationDate( new GregorianCalendar() );
+fs.setEmbeddedFile( ef );
+
+//now add the entry to the embedded file tree and set in the document.
+Map efMap = new HashMap();
+efMap.put( "My first attachment", fs );
+efTree.setNames( efMap );
+//attachments are stored as part of the "names" dictionary in the document catalog
+PDDocumentNameDictionary names = new PDDocumentNameDictionary( doc.getDocumentCatalog() );
+names.setEmbeddedFiles( efTree );
+doc.getDocumentCatalog().setNames( names );
+~~~
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-# Working with Attachments
-
-## The PDF File Specification
-
-See package:org.apache.pdfbox.pdmodel.common.filespecification  
-See example:EmbeddedFiles  
-
-A PDF can contain references to external files via the file system or a URL to a remote 
-location. It is also possible to embed a binary file into a PDF document.
-
-There are two classes that can be used when referencing a file. ``PDSimpleFileSpecification``
-is a simple string reference to a file(e.g. "./movies/BigMovie.avi"). The simple file 
-specification does not allow for any parameters to be set. 
-
-The ``PDComplexFileSpecification`` is more feature rich and allows for advanced settings on 
-the file reference.
-
-It is also possible to embed a file directly into a PDF. Instead of setting the file 
-attribute of the ``PDComplexFileSpecification``, the ``EmbeddedFile`` attribute can be used instead.
-
-## Adding a File Attachment
-
-PDF documents can contain file attachments that are accessed from the Document->File Attachments 
-menu. PDFBox allows attachments to be added to and extracted from PDF documents. 
-Attachments are part of the named tree that is attached to the document catalog.
-
-~~~java
-PDEmbeddedFilesNameTreeNode efTree = new PDEmbeddedFilesNameTreeNode();
-
-//first create the file specification, which holds the embedded file
-PDComplexFileSpecification fs = new PDComplexFileSpecification();
-fs.setFile( "Test.txt" );
-InputStream is = ...;
-PDEmbeddedFile ef = new PDEmbeddedFile(doc, is );
-//set some of the attributes of the embedded file
-ef.setSubtype( "test/plain" );
-ef.setSize( data.length );
-ef.setCreationDate( new GregorianCalendar() );
-fs.setEmbeddedFile( ef );
-
-//now add the entry to the embedded file tree and set in the document.
-Map efMap = new HashMap();
-efMap.put( "My first attachment", fs );
-efTree.setNames( efMap );
-//attachments are stored as part of the "names" dictionary in the document catalog
-PDDocumentNameDictionary names = new PDDocumentNameDictionary( doc.getDocumentCatalog() );
-names.setEmbeddedFiles( efTree );
-doc.getDocumentCatalog().setNames( names );
-~~~
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+title:  Cookbook - Working with Fonts
+---
+
+# Working with Fonts
+
+## Standard 14 Fonts
+
+The PDF specification states that a standard set of 14 fonts will always be available when consuming PDF documents. In PDFBox these are defined as constants in the PDType1Font class.
+
+| Standard Font | Description |
+| ------------- | ----------- |
+| PDType1Font.TIMES_ROMAN | Times regular |
+| PDType1Font.TIMES_BOLD | Times bold |
+| PDType1Font.TIMES_ITALIC | Times italic |
+| PDType1Font.TIMES_BOLD_ITALIC | Times bold italic |
+| PDType1Font.HELVETICA | Helvetica regular |
+| PDType1Font.HELVETICA_BOLD | Helvetica bold |
+| PDType1Font.HELVETICA_OBLIQUE | Helvetica italic |
+| PDType1Font.HELVETICA_BOLD_OBLIQUE | Helvetica bold italic | 
+| PDType1Font.COURIER | Courier |
+| PDType1Font.COURIER_BOLD | Courier bold |
+| PDType1Font.COURIER_OBLIQUE | Courier italic |
+| PDType1Font.COURIER_BOLD_OBLIQUE | Courier bold italic |
+| PDType1Font.SYMBOL | Symbol Set |
+| PDType1Font.ZAPF_DINGBATS | Dingbat Typeface |
+
+## Hello World using a PDF base font
+
+This small sample shows how to create a new document and print the text "Hello World" using one of the PDF base fonts.
+
+~~~java
+// Create a document and add a page to it
+PDDocument document = new PDDocument();
+PDPage page = new PDPage();
+document.addPage( page );
+
+// Create a new font object selecting one of the PDF base fonts
+PDFont font = PDType1Font.HELVETICA_BOLD;
+
+// Start a new content stream which will "hold" the to be created content
+PDPageContentStream contentStream = new PDPageContentStream(document, page);
+
+// Define a text content stream using the selected font, moving the cursor and drawing the text "Hello World"
+contentStream.beginText();
+contentStream.setFont( font, 12 );
+contentStream.moveTextPositionByAmount( 100, 700 );
+contentStream.drawString( "Hello World" );
+contentStream.endText();
+
+// Make sure that the content stream is closed:
+contentStream.close();
+
+// Save the results and ensure that the document is properly closed:
+document.save( "Hello World.pdf");
+document.close();
+~~~
+
+## Hello World using a TrueType font
+
+This small sample shows how to create a new document and print the text "Hello World" using a TrueType font.
+
+~~~java
+// Create a document and add a page to it
+PDDocument document = new PDDocument();
+PDPage page = new PDPage();
+document.addPage( page );
+
+// Create a new font object by loading a TrueType font into the document
+PDFont font = PDTrueTypeFont.loadTTF(document, "Arial.ttf");
+
+// Start a new content stream which will "hold" the to be created content
+PDPageContentStream contentStream = new PDPageContentStream(document, page);
+
+// Define a text content stream using the selected font, moving the cursor and drawing the text "Hello World"
+contentStream.beginText();
+contentStream.setFont( font, 12 );
+contentStream.moveTextPositionByAmount( 100, 700 );
+contentStream.drawString( "Hello World" );
+contentStream.endText();
+
+// Make sure that the content stream is closed:
+contentStream.close();
+
+// Save the results and ensure that the document is properly closed:
+document.save( "Hello World.pdf");
+document.close();
+~~~
+
+While it is recommended to embed all fonts for greatest portability not all PDF producer 
+applications will do this. When displaying a PDF it is necessary to find an external font to use. 
+PDFBox will look for a mapping file to use when substituting fonts.
+
+PDFBox will load Resources/PDFBox_External_Fonts.properties off of the classpath to map font
+names to TTF font files. The UNKNOWN_FONT property in that file will tell PDFBox which font to 
+use when no mapping exists. 
+
+
+## Hello World using a Postscript Type1 font
+
+This small sample shows how to create a new document and print the text "Hello World" using a Postscript Type1 font.
+
+~~~java
+// Create a document and add a page to it
+PDDocument document = new PDDocument();
+PDPage page = new PDPage();
+document.addPage( page );
+
+// Create a new font object by loading a Postscript Type 1 font into the document
+PDFont font = new PDType1AfmPfbFont(doc,"cfm.afm");
+
+// Start a new content stream which will "hold" the to be created content
+PDPageContentStream contentStream = new PDPageContentStream(document, page);
+
+// Define a text content stream using the selected font, moving the cursor and drawing the text "Hello World"
+contentStream.beginText();
+contentStream.setFont( font, 12 );
+contentStream.moveTextPositionByAmount( 100, 700 );
+contentStream.drawString( "Hello World" );
+contentStream.endText();
+
+// Make sure that the content stream is closed:
+contentStream.close();
+
+// Save the results and ensure that the document is properly closed:
+document.save( "Hello World.pdf");
+document.close();
+~~~
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-
-# Working with Fonts
-
-## Standard 14 Fonts
-
-The PDF specification states that a standard set of 14 fonts will always be available when consuming PDF documents. In PDFBox these are defined as constants in the PDType1Font class.
-
-| Standard Font | Description |
-| ------------- | ----------- |
-| PDType1Font.TIMES_ROMAN | Times regular |
-| PDType1Font.TIMES_BOLD | Times bold |
-| PDType1Font.TIMES_ITALIC | Times italic |
-| PDType1Font.TIMES_BOLD_ITALIC | Times bold italic |
-| PDType1Font.HELVETICA | Helvetica regular |
-| PDType1Font.HELVETICA_BOLD | Helvetica bold |
-| PDType1Font.HELVETICA_OBLIQUE | Helvetica italic |
-| PDType1Font.HELVETICA_BOLD_OBLIQUE | Helvetica bold italic | 
-| PDType1Font.COURIER | Courier |
-| PDType1Font.COURIER_BOLD | Courier bold |
-| PDType1Font.COURIER_OBLIQUE | Courier italic |
-| PDType1Font.COURIER_BOLD_OBLIQUE | Courier bold italic |
-| PDType1Font.SYMBOL | Symbol Set |
-| PDType1Font.ZAPF_DINGBATS | Dingbat Typeface |
-
-## Hello World using a PDF base font
-
-This small sample shows how to create a new document and print the text "Hello World" using one of the PDF base fonts.
-
-~~~java
-// Create a document and add a page to it
-PDDocument document = new PDDocument();
-PDPage page = new PDPage();
-document.addPage( page );
-
-// Create a new font object selecting one of the PDF base fonts
-PDFont font = PDType1Font.HELVETICA_BOLD;
-
-// Start a new content stream which will "hold" the to be created content
-PDPageContentStream contentStream = new PDPageContentStream(document, page);
-
-// Define a text content stream using the selected font, moving the cursor and drawing the text "Hello World"
-contentStream.beginText();
-contentStream.setFont( font, 12 );
-contentStream.moveTextPositionByAmount( 100, 700 );
-contentStream.drawString( "Hello World" );
-contentStream.endText();
-
-// Make sure that the content stream is closed:
-contentStream.close();
-
-// Save the results and ensure that the document is properly closed:
-document.save( "Hello World.pdf");
-document.close();
-~~~
-
-## Hello World using a TrueType font
-
-This small sample shows how to create a new document and print the text "Hello World" using a TrueType font.
-
-~~~java
-// Create a document and add a page to it
-PDDocument document = new PDDocument();
-PDPage page = new PDPage();
-document.addPage( page );
-
-// Create a new font object by loading a TrueType font into the document
-PDFont font = PDTrueTypeFont.loadTTF(document, "Arial.ttf");
-
-// Start a new content stream which will "hold" the to be created content
-PDPageContentStream contentStream = new PDPageContentStream(document, page);
-
-// Define a text content stream using the selected font, moving the cursor and drawing the text "Hello World"
-contentStream.beginText();
-contentStream.setFont( font, 12 );
-contentStream.moveTextPositionByAmount( 100, 700 );
-contentStream.drawString( "Hello World" );
-contentStream.endText();
-
-// Make sure that the content stream is closed:
-contentStream.close();
-
-// Save the results and ensure that the document is properly closed:
-document.save( "Hello World.pdf");
-document.close();
-~~~
-
-While it is recommended to embed all fonts for greatest portability not all PDF producer 
-applications will do this. When displaying a PDF it is necessary to find an external font to use. 
-PDFBox will look for a mapping file to use when substituting fonts.
-
-PDFBox will load Resources/PDFBox_External_Fonts.properties off of the classpath to map font
-names to TTF font files. The UNKNOWN_FONT property in that file will tell PDFBox which font to 
-use when no mapping exists. 
-
-
-## Hello World using a Postscript Type1 font
-
-This small sample shows how to create a new document and print the text "Hello World" using a Postscript Type1 font.
-
-~~~java
-// Create a document and add a page to it
-PDDocument document = new PDDocument();
-PDPage page = new PDPage();
-document.addPage( page );
-
-// Create a new font object by loading a Postscript Type 1 font into the document
-PDFont font = new PDType1AfmPfbFont(doc,"cfm.afm");
-
-// Start a new content stream which will "hold" the to be created content
-PDPageContentStream contentStream = new PDPageContentStream(document, page);
-
-// Define a text content stream using the selected font, moving the cursor and drawing the text "Hello World"
-contentStream.beginText();
-contentStream.setFont( font, 12 );
-contentStream.moveTextPositionByAmount( 100, 700 );
-contentStream.drawString( "Hello World" );
-contentStream.endText();
-
-// Make sure that the content stream is closed:
-contentStream.close();
-
-// Save the results and ensure that the document is properly closed:
-document.save( "Hello World.pdf");
-document.close();
-~~~
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+layout: default
+title: Cookbook - Working with Metadata
+---
+
+# Working with Metadata
+
+## Introduction
+
+PDF documents can contain information describing the document itself or certain objects 
+within the document such as the author of the document or it's creation date. 
+Basic information can be set and retrieved using the PDDocumentInformation object.
+
+In addition to that more metadata can be retrieved using the XML metadata as decribed below.
+Getting basic Metadata
+
+To set or retrieve basic information about the document the PDDocumentInformation object 
+provides a high level API to that information:
+
+~~~java
+PDDocumentInformation info = document.getDocumentInformation();
+System.out.println( "Page Count=" + document.getNumberOfPages() );
+System.out.println( "Title=" + info.getTitle() );
+System.out.println( "Author=" + info.getAuthor() );
+System.out.println( "Subject=" + info.getSubject() );
+System.out.println( "Keywords=" + info.getKeywords() );
+System.out.println( "Creator=" + info.getCreator() );
+System.out.println( "Producer=" + info.getProducer() );
+System.out.println( "Creation Date=" + info.getCreationDate() );
+System.out.println( "Modification Date=" + info.getModificationDate());
+System.out.println( "Trapped=" + info.getTrapped() );      
+~~~
+
+## Accessing PDF Metadata
+
+See class:org.apache.pdfbox.pdmodel.common.PDMetadata  
+See example:AddMetadataFromDocInfo  
+See Adobe Documentation:XMP Specification  
+
+PDF documents can have XML metadata associated with certain objects within a PDF document.
+For example, the following PD Model objects have the ability to contain metadata:
+
+    PDDocumentCatalog
+    PDPage
+    PDXObject
+    PDICCBased
+    PDStream
+
+The metadata that is stored in PDF objects conforms to the XMP specification, it is 
+recommended that you review that specification. Currently there is no high level API for 
+managing the XML metadata, PDFBox uses standard java InputStream/OutputStream to retrieve 
+or set the XML metadata.
+
+~~~java
+PDDocument doc = PDDocument.load( ... );
+PDDocumentCatalog catalog = doc.getDocumentCatalog();
+PDMetadata metadata = catalog.getMetadata();
+
+//to read the XML metadata
+InputStream xmlInputStream = metadata.createInputStream();
+
+//or to write new XML metadata
+InputStream newXMPData = ...;
+PDMetadata newMetadata = new PDMetadata(doc, newXMLData, false );
+catalog.setMetadata( newMetadata );
+~~~
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-# Working with Metadata
-
-## Introduction
-
-PDF documents can contain information describing the document itself or certain objects 
-within the document such as the author of the document or it's creation date. 
-Basic information can be set and retrieved using the PDDocumentInformation object.
-
-In addition to that more metadata can be retrieved using the XML metadata as decribed below.
-Getting basic Metadata
-
-To set or retrieve basic information about the document the PDDocumentInformation object 
-provides a high level API to that information:
-
-~~~java
-PDDocumentInformation info = document.getDocumentInformation();
-System.out.println( "Page Count=" + document.getNumberOfPages() );
-System.out.println( "Title=" + info.getTitle() );
-System.out.println( "Author=" + info.getAuthor() );
-System.out.println( "Subject=" + info.getSubject() );
-System.out.println( "Keywords=" + info.getKeywords() );
-System.out.println( "Creator=" + info.getCreator() );
-System.out.println( "Producer=" + info.getProducer() );
-System.out.println( "Creation Date=" + info.getCreationDate() );
-System.out.println( "Modification Date=" + info.getModificationDate());
-System.out.println( "Trapped=" + info.getTrapped() );      
-~~~
-
-## Accessing PDF Metadata
-
-See class:org.apache.pdfbox.pdmodel.common.PDMetadata  
-See example:AddMetadataFromDocInfo  
-See Adobe Documentation:XMP Specification  
-
-PDF documents can have XML metadata associated with certain objects within a PDF document.
-For example, the following PD Model objects have the ability to contain metadata:
-
-    PDDocumentCatalog
-    PDPage
-    PDXObject
-    PDICCBased
-    PDStream
-
-The metadata that is stored in PDF objects conforms to the XMP specification, it is 
-recommended that you review that specification. Currently there is no high level API for 
-managing the XML metadata, PDFBox uses standard java InputStream/OutputStream to retrieve 
-or set the XML metadata.
-
-~~~java
-PDDocument doc = PDDocument.load( ... );
-PDDocumentCatalog catalog = doc.getDocumentCatalog();
-PDMetadata metadata = catalog.getMetadata();
-
-//to read the XML metadata
-InputStream xmlInputStream = metadata.createInputStream();
-
-//or to write new XML metadata
-InputStream newXMPData = ...;
-PDMetadata newMetadata = new PDMetadata(doc, newXMLData, false );
-catalog.setMetadata( newMetadata );
-~~~
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