With PDF 2.0 on the horizon, it would be great if Datalogics PDF Java Toolkit supported creating and reading PDF 2.0 documents.1 vote
Part of what makes Talkeetna useful is that when creating PDFs, I get to use structures that I am familiar. The downside of this is that when I create the PDFs programmatically, Talkeetna essentially loses the information because it does not write the PDF tags into the PDF.
Having the tags would be great for aiding in text extraction and accessibility of PDFs.2 votes
There is a ButtonApProviderImpl class that does not seem to be hooked up automatically to the AppearanceService (like the BarcodeApProviderImpl class is) which means that I have to write and maintain more code in order to generate button appearances.
It would be great if the ButtonApProviderImpl was hooked up by default to make using Datalogics PDF Java Toolkit easier.1 vote
It would be great to support use of OpenJDK with PDF Java Toolkit in addition to supporting Oracle's JDK.1 vote
I would like to have an example of being able to digitally sign a PDF using credentials that are stored on an HSM, like the SafeNet Network HSM (https://safenet.gemalto.com/data-encryption/hardware-security-modules-hsms/luna-hsms-key-management/luna-sa-network-hsm/), as well as other HSM devices.0 votes
We have started on this and have a new sample contained in a separate repository on GitHub because of the extra dependencies that all of our users may not want to have to deal with.
You can view the new sample that demonstrates how to use an HSM to digitally sign a PDF with Datalogics PDF Java Toolkit her : https://github.com/datalogics/pdf-java-toolkit-hsm-samples
With updates to Section 508 being proposed to include PDF/UA (http://www.pdfa.org/news/pdfua-featured-in-the-2015-section-508-refresh/) it would be great if PDF Java Toolkit supported creating PDF/UA documents so that documents created are in compliance with Section 508.0 votes
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