Not enabled by default, set export. For each export type you can configure other parameters: see the export. Adding a new Export view 1. Write your own exportView class. You need to implement the org. TextExportView or org.
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PDF org. This is not enabled by default in the distribution but can be enabled by setting export. Since you probably want to tweak the layout of your pdf output, this is probably more useful as a base reference for creating your own PDF export view. Configuring export and export views The export.
For each export type you can configure other parameters: see the export. Adding a new Export view Write your own exportView class. You need to implement the org.
TextExportView or org. BinaryExportView interface. You can look at the sample binary PDF export view or to the base text export view used by displaytag. Add a displaytag. You should see a new link with the text you added to export. Clicking on it will invoke your Export view. You should see the results in your browser. Other file formats require binary content, like the sample PDF included with the distribution. Exporting binary data from a JSP is a bit tricky, since JSPs are only designed to output characters: as a starting point keep in mind that binary export is not assured to work on every application server , at least without the help of an external filter see export filter.
It may work without a filter if your application server allows JSPs to call response. Using an the export filter, especially in buffered mode, could solve the problem, since the output stream is requested by the filter outside the JSP.
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