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Open the PDF using NSData instead the path ? 3 years 3 weeks ago #10778

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Hello,

is there a way to open the PDF passing data instead of the path ?
Actually I am using this :
-(int)PDFOpen:(NSString *)path : (NSString *)pwd{
But I am wondering if there is another method to preview the PDF without the path.It would be very helpful for me.

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Open the PDF using NSData instead the path ? 3 years 3 weeks ago #10779

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Hi,
you could try to use PDFopenMem instead of PDFOpen

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Open the PDF using NSData instead the path ? 3 years 3 weeks ago #10780

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Thank you,

Could you please tell me more how should I pass the data (it's a void not NSDATA ) ?
-(int)PDFopenMem : (void *)data : (int)data_size :(NSString *)pwd
NSUInteger len = [originalData length];
    int size = (int) len;
    void *typedData = malloc(len);
   int r= [self PDFopenMem:typedData :size :NULL];
    int pageno =1;
    if ( r>0) {
        [self PDFThumbNailinit:pageno];
    }
and the result is 0 ?
With the PDFOpenMem is it possible to addBitmap and get the path and the data ?

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