The 3-Heights™ PDF Creator Library is a component for creating documents compliant with PDF/A-1. The interface is based on an intelligible object model that is in turn based on the function scope for PDF/A-1. The interface is designed to enable easy extension.
Since 2005, PDF/A has been the standard for document archiving in the long term. The first part, PDF/A‑1, was based on PDF version 1.4. This year, the second part, PDF/A‑2, was released, and it introduced a lot of functional extensions. This article explains the difference between PDF/A‑1 and PDF/A‑2 and answers the question, what this means to the user. [...]
Converts existing PDF documents and other file formats to PDF/A. Available as interactive Desktop product that includes a XMP Extension Schema Editor, as Server, as Command line module and as library. Based on the same callas technology that Adobe uses in Adobe Acrobat. [...]
ISO 19005-1 defines “a file format based on PDF, known as PDF/A, which provides a mechanism for representing electronic documents in a manner that preserves their visual appearance over time, independent of the tools and systems used for creating, storing or rendering the files.” (from ISO 19005-1). The Standard does not define an archiving strategy or the goals of an archiving system. It identifies a “profile” for electronic documents that ensures the documents can be reproduced in years to come. [...]
The PDF/A Competence Center will have an information booth in the ARMA Annual Conference & Expo in San Francisco which takes place November 7th and 8th. LuraTech Inc., Solid Documents and PDFTron Systems Inc. will be there to offer information about PDF/A and PDF/A-2.
The information booth of the PDF/A Competence Center at ARMA 2010 in San Francisco. [...]
How to create and validate PDF/A using Acrobat 9 (in Spanish) [...]