The author of the PDF document.
The creator of the PDF document.
The date when the PDF document is created. Defaults to new Date().
pdf-force-proxy is set to
true, the content will be forwarded to proxyURL even if the browser supports saving files locally.
Specifies the file name of the exported PDF file.
Specifies the keywords of the exported PDF file.
true reverses the paper dimensions.
The bottom margin. Numbers are considered as
The left margin. Numbers are considered as
The right margin. Numbers are considered as
The top margin. Numbers are considered as
Specifies the paper size of the PDF document. The default
auto means that the paper size is determined by the content.
The supported values are:
A predefined size—
A3, and others.
An array of two numbers which specify the width and height in points (1pt = 1/72in).
An array of two strings which specify the width and height in units.
The supported units are:
The URL of the server side proxy which will stream the file to the end user. A proxy will be used when the browser is not capable of saving files locally. Such browsers are IE version 9 and lower and Safari. The implementation of the server-side proxy is your responsibility.
The proxy will receive a
POST request with the following parameters in the request body:
contentType—The MIME type of the file.
base64—The base-64 encoded file content.
fileName—The file name, as requested by the caller.
The proxy has to return the decoded file with having the
Content-Disposition header set.
A name or keyword which indicates where to display the document that is returned from the proxy. To display the document in a new window or iframe, the proxy has to set the
Content-Disposition header to inline; filename=
Sets the subject of the PDF file.
Sets the title of the PDF file.