PSWriteNetLib®is an SDK consisting of a .NET
assembly, API documentation and demo Visual Studio project for
professional .NET developers who must create PostScript documents on
an industrial scale.
You are developing a financial management application for a credit
card company. The application must generate 20 million statements a
month for eventual mailing to customers. The statements must be in
PostScript for excellent print characteristics and compatibility with
multiple print vendors.
While a PostScript printer driver can create standard PostScript,
it must take its instructions from a rasterized document to work. This
would mean each page of each statement would need to be created in RAM
so that the driver could create the required PostScript. For several
hundred statements that would not be an issue, but for millions of
statements, its not practical. What you need is a way to create the
statements without RIP'ing (Rasterization Image Processing) them.
PSWriteNetLib® is an
ideal solution for no-RIP PostScript document generation. With
PSWriteNetLib®, you just create an
instance of a PSDocument object and call its methods to write the
statements to an output PostScript file. Then use DirectPrint®
to send the output PostScript file to a printer. The number of pages
is not important to
Its only limited by the amount of available disk space. And the
PostScript that is outputted by the library is standard PostScript
that can be utilized by any PostScript device adhering to the Adobe
PostScript level 3 language specification. The output is merely text
that can be read and parsed for postal processing or other needs at
hides the complexity of the PostScript language from the developer.
She just calls the methods she needs to create the output. This speeds
development time and the whole team benefits.