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Files: -PDFFileLib -PDFFileLib(NetBeans Project) -PDFFileLib(NetBeans Project)-revised This Example shows a search system for PDF files stored on different PCs. The idea of this application goes as following: 1- It's a PDF library which allows users to search the metadata of PDF files very fast. 2- Administrator can add new files to the library. 3-When added, file metadata (title,subject,author, bookmarks..etc.) is stored in a central database. 4- User searches for files by querying the database only. To view a file user connects the file host. Before you begin :- -you need to install MySQL in your computer then import the .SQL file to create the database. The following is needed in class-path and you may have to download them first: -MySql JDBC connector . -PdfBox class lib. (http://pdfbox.apache.org/download.html) . -This example was designed to use NetworkService version 1 update 2 (1.0.0.0_2) (or higher). -The revised version of this example (file PDFFileLib(NetBeans Project)-revised) requires the second verson of NetworkService (1.0.0.0.2) . Download NetworkService class lib: https://sourceforge.net/projects/networkservice/files/
Source: README.txt, updated 2014-07-11

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