With the new version, organizations can now integrate PDF Automation Server’s REST API with their own authentication systems using the new Pluggable Authenticator Module through a simple callback interface mechanism. The Workflow Module was enhanced with additional nodes offering even more functions to process and manipulate documents on the server side. Many functions were added such as the ability to perform an XSLT transformation, merge PDFs, extract a table from a PDF, convert various formats to PDFs, and more.
The latest version also comes with major improvements to Qoppa’s proprietary Microsoft Office to PDF conversion engine, including a new PowerPoint to PDF conversion, and many more features. See the detailed list below.
For a complete list of enhancements and bug fixes in this version, refer to v2022R1 PDF Automation Server Release Notes in Qoppa’s developer knowledge base.
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