Converting HTML files to PDF using command line on Linux

Hi,

I am testing your tool (Version 3) for production use, my task is to create PDF files from standalone HTML files (not URL).

I am trying to determine if I can create PDF file in IBM Websphere server running in Linux environment.

Please help me with some of technical issues that I have:

1. For some reason the convert process is not reading the CSS style from external file, text with hard coded colors are displayed but styles, images and colors that defined in the external CSS file are not effected in the PDF file (In IE this standalone html file looks fine
with all the styles), do you are any solution for that?

2. Can I run the convert process in multi-tread processes or it have to run in only one process one-by-one?

Thank you for your help.
Customer

--------------------------------------------------------

Hi,
Is it possible to have more tries in the trial version? for some reason even if the file creation fails it continues to count.

I got the following message:

"You have 2 times to try. Please register VeryPDF HTML to Any Converter Command Line v2.0. Thanks for your support.Result is failed. No output file is created."

Thanks,
Customer

--------------------------------------------------------

We have a "VeryPDF HTML to Any Converter Command Line for Linux" software, you may download it from following web page to try,

http://www.verypdf.com/app/html-to-any/try-and-buy.html#buy-linux

>>1. For some reason the convert process is not reading the CSS style
>>from external file, text with hard coded colors are displayed but
>>styles, images and colors that defined in the external CSS file are not
>>effected in the PDF file (In IE this standalone html file looks fine
>>with all the styles), do you are any solution for that?

Our htmltools.exe and html2any products are all support external CSS style files, if you encounter a problem when convert your HTML+CSS files to PDF files, please send your HTML+CSS files to us for test purpose, we will figure out a solution to you as soon as reproduced your problem in our system.

>>2. Can I run the convert process in multi-tread processes or it have to run in only one process one-by-one?

Yes, our products are all support concurrent conversion, you can convert more documents to PDF files at one time.

>>Is it possible to have more tries in the trial version? for some reason even if the file creation fails it continues to count.

We haven't a way to increase the trial count yet, but you can copy the software to another PC or a vmware system to evaluate it continue.

VeryPDF

VN:F [1.9.20_1166]
Rating: 0.0/10 (0 votes cast)
VN:F [1.9.20_1166]
Rating: 0 (from 0 votes)

Related Posts

This entry was posted in HTML Converter (htmltools) and tagged , . Bookmark the permalink.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *


Verify Code   If you cannot see the CheckCode image,please refresh the page again!