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To Create PDF from SQL stored procedure


To Create PDF from SQL stored procedure

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It is possible and works. The solution is not advanced, but stable. In our company, using SQL is generated thousands of pdf's. TSQL Procedure communicates with Webservice, who runs the Crystal Reports engine. As a result of such a solution we can achieve as a result of the SQL query the PDF document.
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juratan (2/12/2012)
It is possible and works. The solution is not advanced, but stable. In our company, using SQL is generated thousands of pdf's. TSQL Procedure communicates with Webservice, who runs the Crystal Reports engine. As a result of such a solution we can achieve as a result of the SQL query the PDF document.


Heh... not if your Websevice is down or you can't get to the Crystal Reports engine. The OP was asking for a way to do it all from SQL Server. ;-)

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please may you me send stored procedure code,how generate a pdf in stored procedure , my mail id is pardeepbachhal89@gmail.com please help, n thanks in advance
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Hello
If you just want to put an image to pdf ,you can easily and quickly add an image to pdf Using RasterEdge C# .NET image inserting library control for PDF document,
Besides,you can not only easily and quickly add an image, picture or logo to any position of your PDF document file, but also customize inserted image settings.
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