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Generate a PDF from an ASP.NET Web Page using the iTextSharp XMLWorker Namespace
NET is very convenient. To install and start using iTextSharp, you can download the zipped reference files from the SourceForge Web site and then add them to your Visual Studio project the same way as you would do with any other third party library file. This is good news for any developer who likes to use CSS formatting. Although the CSS support is still basic, it is a definite step up from the earlier version of the object which did not support CSS at all. For example, the new object allows a number of important behaviors such as PDF page breaks that were impossible to do using the older object. These are:.
Mailkit: Converting HtmlBody to pdf using iTextSharp XMLWorker throws "The document has no pages"
I'm trying to convert the HtmlBody of the e-mails I get from a mailserver using Mailkit and looks like iTextSharp doesn't really like the html I'm passing it. My method works well with a "sample" html code but I get a The document has no pages error message which looks like it's thrown when the html is no html anymore. Here is a link to pastebin for checking the HtmlBody of the MimeMessage because I hit the character limit here. It worked with one e-mail but not with others. Of course it wasn't a solution, but it finally generated a pdf from Mailkit, which was "something".