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How do I print an existing PDF from Java?

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I'm using Websphere and the server is on the iSeries. Is there any documention to install ghostscript? Does it get installed on iSeries or is there a jar file. I've looked at iText but it seems to only print PDFs you are creating any help on where to begin is appreciated.
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Use IcePDF. It supports all types of PDFs like text PDFs, Image based PDFs.
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