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Creating a PDF from a Stored Procedure


Creating a PDF from a Stored Procedure

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mivica
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Comments posted to this topic are about the content posted at http://www.sqlservercentral.com/columnists/mivica/creatingapdffromastoredprocedure.asp



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Wow.

Any idea how well this would scale on a production system?

Edited by - kenwallacedesign on 08/28/2003 10:09:41 PM



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Very nice procedure - but the example data you provide doesn't match the graphs you display as output - or am I missing something?



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I'll check on it tonight, I think something went wrong in the loading process. Bear with me!

Just guessing, I think scaling wouldnt be bad as long as the docs werent super huge. Not sure its a good idea to run on a server, but thats another story.

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Fantastic Stored Proc, however it did start to drive my server hard when I started to increase the calls. Looks like there is a lot of overhead in the OA_create calls.



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Great Proc,
it works very fine!

Thanks



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Where do you find the specs for the PDF format?

I would also like to make a suggestion. I personally think that code that is shared with others should be easier to follow. One of the things that helps with that a lot is clear variable names. I have no idea what @cr, @pr, or @ti are for. Comments are also helpful. I'm not complaining, just suggesting.

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Excellent!

Very very cute procedure for creating PDFs.



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a very good one !!!



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Very nice work done for PDF.

Please provide some comments in your procedure for declaring variables for PDF Format.



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