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Convert Weblog to pdf

Hello All,

Just a small suggestion which i discussed in the SDN community day in bangalore few days back also , can we have a functionality in SDN which would covert Weblogs to pdf at run time. I mean OSS notes in market place use such a feature and PDF are handy to use, plus a person may refer SDN blogs which are his/her favorites without having to save the link or may not need to be even connected to the internet for this.

Just a suggestion to the SDN Team!!!

Regards,

Anirban.

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    Posted on Dec 05, 2007 at 07:53 AM

    Interesting suggestions but does not account for changes to the weblog or update (which hapen quite often) the link is always the safest and best way.

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      Hello Craig,

      You are correct , i am not an expert in pdf but i think if we can generate online pdf (Not offline) by adobe then we can account for the changes also in the weblog, as these pdf would be generated at runtime by the SAP Portal server . They wont be just offline content as pdf for weblog.

      The link for weblog will always be there and may be to the right of the weblog we have a push button, "convert to pdf" which then would convert the current weblog to pdf and a sdn user can save it.

      I got the idea from my Credit card where users can see his bill on the bank portal and then save them dynamically as a pdf.

      In either case thanks for your reply and as i said i am not an expert, it was just an idea !!

      Thanks again and it was a pleasure to be at community day and Teched 07 in Bangalore.

      Regards,

      Anirban.

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