Setting Up PDF Generation

The XSL-FO Processor makes it possible to generate a PDF file derived from a site’s published pages. The XSL-FO server is separate from the CMS and DSS and must be installed and configured independently.

Server: Specifies the host name or the IP address of the XSL-FO server used to process the published XML and convert the output into a PDF file.

Port: Specifies the port number used by the XSL-FO server to listen for requests to process published XML. 

Additional Configuration File: Specifies the location of a configuration file used to pass additional configuration information to the XSL-FO server. 

No Copy: When enabled, encrypts the file and removes copy content permissions. 

No Print: When enbabled, encrypts the file and removes edit content permissions. 

No Edit: When enabled, encrypts the file and removes printing permissions. 

No Annotations: When enabled, removes edit annotation permission. 

Quiet Mode: Suppresses FOP output information such as page sequence generation, warnings, and informational outputs. 

Debug Mode: Provides more-detailed error reporting and end-of-generation metrics.