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From Attila Kiss <kiss.attila1...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: PDDocument.load()- File vs. InputStream
Date Thu, 04 May 2017 08:41:45 GMT
I am using version 2.0.5 but never mind, it was a maven resource plugin
problem with the binary resources. I added the nonFilteredFileExtension tag
with pdf and it works fine now.
Thank you.
Attila

2017-05-01 19:58 GMT+02:00 Tilman Hausherr <THausherr@t-online.de>:

> What version are you using? Hopefully 2.0.5.
>
> Does your code with "getResourceAsStream" also have the file name (with
> .pdf) in it?
>
> If it happens with 2.0.5, then please upload the file somewhere.
>
> Although IMO your code will perform faster if you keep using files, like
> this:
>
> PDDocument.load(new File(getClass().getResource("p
> ath/test.pdf").toURI()));
>
> Tilman
>
>
> Am 01.05.2017 um 19:52 schrieb Attila Kiss:
>
>> Hello everybody,
>> I have a problem and I could not find any solution.
>>
>> I have a pdf file and when I load the file with PDDocument.load(new
>> File("absolute/path/to/pdf/file");
>> it loads perfectly, I can add some text and then save it. Then I open the
>> file and the original content shows up and my added content shows up as
>> well.
>> But when I try to use
>> PDDocument.load(getClass().getResourceAsStream("/path/in/res
>> ources/dir"));
>> It throws the following error: FlateFilter: stop reading corrupt stream
>> due
>> to a DataFormatException. And then I open the pdf file, and only the added
>> content shows up.
>> But I should use the getResourceAsStream() method, as I could not tell the
>> absolute file path now, the user will install the app whatever he/she
>> wants.
>> Any idea, how and why is this happening? Or any solution?
>> Thanks,
>> Attila
>>
>>
>
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