Web services plug-in created for PDF manipulation

Appligent has released the first component of its Web services product platform to manipulate portable document format (PDF) files.

Appligent Inc., Lansdowne, Pa., has released the first component of its Web services product platform to manipulate...

portable document format (PDF) files.

APConductor enables Appligent's applications to be plugged into a workflow via an XML-based Simple Object Access Protocol (SOAP) messaging framework, the company said. APConductor acts as a central dispatcher, directing requests from other applications to Appligent's families of PDF processing components and returning the finished results. It also lets developers assemble PDF solutions by using a Web services interface to communicate with Appligent's component plug-ins.

APConductor is the first Appligent's Web services product family, a server-based backbone for customizing PDF documents. It can be used in both .NET and Java 2 Enterprise Edition environments, according to Appligent.

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