COLDFUSION CONVERT TIFF TO PDF

We just had a new client start using our site and when they upload their TIFF files to us and my system tries to convert them to a PDF I receive. TIFF to PDF. leontova. Aug 7, PM 3. Hi all. Just wanted to know if CF8 can convert a TIFF file to a PDF on the fly. Thanks for your help! Answer this. I am having trouble getting the cfdocument tag to work with our document management tif files. The documents are stored on another server, but I can open them.

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Getting cfimage to read .eps file

Does anyone know how to get CF to support reading a. I ran the function “GetReadableImageFormats ” on my server to what the server could read and.

This is what my server can read: It is very very easy. Convert the eps file to one of the formats that is supported. Dave – That is an option to not allow our users upload that format, but the my Client would like to allow the.

If that format is allowed to be uploaded, I need to be able to pull coldfusiin information of the file out, like height, width, etc If so, how did they do it. Wednesday, October 15, 7: There has to be a Java lib that will do it Mark On Thu, Oct 16, at In reply to this post by Chuck Weidler In reply to coldrusion post by Mark Mandel.

An eps file is not colsfusion image file, it’s an encapsulated postscript file or something but it’s technically not an image just like a pdf isn’t an image or a psd isn’t an image and ai isn’t an image, they aren’t supported types either. If the file coldfysion isn’t in the supported types then it isn’t supported, it is pretty clear cut. You can upload any type itff file you want but cfimage isn’t going to give you the results you want because cknvert file type isn’t supported.

In reply to this post by Dave Lyons I have been watching an I am tiff. I don’t have a ton of experience with the cfimage tag, just simple implementations, so maybe some of you might know this. In regards to this question, would it be possible to have cfimage change the ‘image’ type from. If it is possible, then he could do a conversion and then read the converted file for the required data.

Let Convegt BackOffice help you. They know how to take care of the ‘busy work’ of your contracts and let you focus on the ‘WOW’ factor. Wednesday, October 15, 6: An eps file is not an image file, it’s an encapsulated postscript file or:: If the file types isn’t in the supported types then it tifc supported, it:: You can upload any type of file you want but cfimage isn’t going to give:: William – That is not possible because. All Respondents – Thanks for everything.

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I think my best course of action is coldfusjon explain to my Client about. Wednesday, October 15, In reply to this post by coderWil.

No You guys need to understand that that cfimage is meant to work with images, hence the “image” part of the name and and eps IS NOT an image, so if it is not an image how can it read it? You’ll have just as much luck uploading a zip file and trying to use cfimage to get it’s info.

Unless you are saying to just physically change the the eps to an image file and the answer would still be no, changing the postfix doesn’t change the file type. Try to use an eps in a reg html img tag and see if it displays on web You know how on your car right by the gas cap it says “unleaded fuel only”? So if the fuel is the format then they are telling you that it will only work with unleaded fuel. So would tifg hook up your garden hose and fill your tank with water and expect it run?

After all they are both liquid but does that mean they are the same? You could hook into command line and run it against a conversion program or like Mark said maybe a java class and return it but if connvert have a hard time understanding that if it isn’t on the supported formats then it isn’t going to be supported then I would assume you won’t be doing any java programming.

I don’t think that will be too far off in the future Recently I was reading the blog of my webhost where they announced that they would cpnvert supporting. They rationalized that since it was possible to do it, that they would support the customer who requested it.

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Personally I prefer to teach the uninitiated rather than divert the river for them, but its not my company or my call. I had thought that maybe ‘eps’ was a proprietary format similar to ‘gif’ is was? Coldfision the reason why I requested more information on the topic. After doing a very brief review of the google ‘coldfusion convert. CFXImage tag from Gafware http: You guys need to understand that that cfimage is meant to work with:: You’ll have just as much luck:: Unless you are saying to just physically change the the eps to an image:: Try to use an eps in a reg html img tag and see if it:: You know how on your car right by the gas cap it says “unleaded fuel:: So if the fuel is the format then they are telling you that it will only:: So would you hook up your garden hose and fill:: After all they are both liquid but:: You could hook into command line and run it against a conversion program:: I don’t have a ton of experience:: They know how to take care of the ‘busy work’ of your:: An eps file is not an image file, it’s an encapsulated postscript file:: If the file types isn’t in the supported types then it isn’t supported,:: You can upload any type of file you want but cfimage isn’t going to:: So Dave tell me.

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Did you know that an. But I’m sure you already knew that, right? Knowing this is what spawned my question about it about possibly finding out how CF might support such a file using cfimage. And come on lighten up, it was just a question about an supporting and image. The part that it wasnt posted online before I posted it, I am sorry that I don’t stay glued to every second of coldfysion list.

And I guess I am sorry for being the only one willing to reply to such a self-explanatory question. And your response to this below hasn’t even posted to the web list as of yet, so don’t assume it’s instant.

As far as my “research”. But if the tag would have supported it don’t ocnvert think it would be co,dfusion And that vector plugin is just oh-so popular.

Hey ya know what.

In reply to this post by Ryan J. Even if you could display it there is no reason to actually do so since the files are huge. And really the resulting image needs to be flattened for web work.

Don’t get me wrong I wasn’t saying it was impossible to do anything with the file, I was just saying cfimage won’t do it and that is why it isn’t listed under the supported formats.

You could always upload it and run a command line to open it in illustrator, convert it and then have cfm do whatever with it. Pulling only 1 year of records. How do I write a query to only pull 1 year lets say from the DB that has a date field?

I mean, that MAY work, but is there a less kludgy way of doing it? Mark On Thu, Oct 16, at 4: In reply to this post by Phillip Vector. On Wed, Oct 15, at In reply to this post by Mark Mandel maybe. In reply to this post by Chuck Weidler-2 dammit wrote a long answer and it cut it off. In reply to this post by Mark Mandel How about: In reply to this post by Dave Lyons-2 I have been watching an I am curious. In fonvert to this post by coderWil No You guys need to understand that that cfimage is meant to work with images, hence the “image” part of the name and and eps IS NOT an image, so if it is not an image how can it read it?

In reply to this post by Dave Lyons-2 So Dave tell me. Heldt isn’t that for making eps not converting or in the case of Einstein on this one wanted the image info. In reply to this post by coderWil “Ah, so eps is more like a ‘psd’ file rather than a ‘png’ file.

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