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How do I use Easy PDF with a java action form?

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I have an action form that has numerous text fields that need to be filled out.  I need to take these fields and place the contents onto a pdf template.  Currently I am using HTML Doc but it rearranges the structure and does not look good.  I would like to know how to use easy PDF to perform this task.

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If your intention is to generate a PDF document dynamically based on the form data then I'd recommend you look into using iText an easy tu use Java-PDF library: http://itextdocs.lowagie.com/tutorial/general/webapp/index.php
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