This repository contains an example text file to PDF converter and instructions for how to use it from InterSystems IRIS.
Installing TextToPDF requires that you have access to your IRIS server with sufficient access to work with gateways and classes. Alternative installation as docker added.
Clone this repository into a directoruy on your IRIS server:
git clone https://github.com/intersystems-community/iris-pdf-generator.git
In the management console, go to System Administration > Configuration > Connectivity > Object Gateways and choose "Create New Gateway"
Object Gateway For: Java Gateway Name: iris-pdf-generator Port: 54545 Class Path: (directory where you cloned the repo)/target/iris-pdf-generator-0.1.0-jar-with-dependencies.jar
Leave all the others as default and click Save.
In the management console, make sure you are in the user namespace, go to System Explorer > Classes, and choose "Import". Browse to the directory where you cloned this repo and choose "all files" from the file type dropdown. Select the PdfGenerator.cls file. Click "Next", then "Import".
Now that everything is installed, you can use it from IRIS. Open a console and do the following, replacing "" with the name of the directory you cloned this repository into:
set status = ##class(User.PdfGenerator).TextToPdf("<clone dir>\example.txt", "<clone dir>\example.pdf")
That will create
example.pdf as a PDF version of
This is a small maven project. If you have maven installed then you should be able to build the sources via:
Make sure you have git and Docker desktop installed
Clone/git pull the repo into any local directory as described in 1.)
Open the terminal in this directory build and run the container:
$ docker-compose up --build -d
The Java Gateway is already set up. No action required.
Either use Webterminal in namespace USER or from terminal prompt
$ docker-compose exec iris iris session iris
You see the result in your <clone dir>/pdfout/