Apryse WebViewer - View, Annotate and Edit PDF, DOCX, Image

Overview

Apryse WebViewer for Appian is renowned document technology that powers mission-critical applications for private companies, large enterprises, and governments alike.

  • Improved Document Processing Tools
    • Bring a fully customizable suite of the highest quality document tools to your Appian instance and easily integrate any common and uncommon document capabilities to work on PDF, MS Office, Images, HTML, CAD, BIM, DICOM, and many more.
  • Out-of-the-box or Fully Customizable User Interface
    • Adjust the user experience to align with your Appian requirements and configure styling and available functionalities comfortably in Appian Designer - or take full control of the user experience and customize details by directly changing the UI’s source code.
  • Secure Client-Side Processing
    • Eliminate security loopholes: Not only can your users complete document tasks within Appian, with client-side processing the data also never leaves the Appian instance.
  • Conveniently Open & Save Documents from and to Appian
    • Get WebViewer Connected System to open documents from Appian: https://community.appian.com/b/appmarket/posts/pdftron-web-viewer-connected-system.
  • Pricing
    • The Plug-in offers unlimited WebViewer features for free in demo mode, limited only by watermarking processed documents until a license is obtained

    • Apryse's licensing model scales appropriately with the depth of licensed functionality and your anticipated scope of distribution.

    • Before deploying to production, please contact us to obtain a license: https://www.pdftron.com/form/contact-sales/?utm_medium=partner&utm_source=appian

  • Support

Key Features & Functionality

  • View & Search on PDF, DOCX, XLSX, PPTX, Images, and more
    • Multiple viewing options, reflow mode, and unlimited zoom allow you to view even the most complex or large documents with high-speed and reliability.
  • Annotate, comment, review & approvals
    • Collaborate on PDF, MS Office, and other formats using any of 35+ different annotation tools, such as highlights, stamps and notes. Export annotations via XFDF, and all PDF annotation types.
  • PDF In-line Text Editing
    • Edit & reflow PDF text and images, resize or change the position of text and images. Apply different styles like bolding, italicizing or underlining.
  • PDF Page Manipulation & Document Assembly
    • Insert pages and content, append, split, remove, crop, reorder, rotate, export, edit, and more – manually or programmatically.
  • Redaction
    • Safely and permanently remove sensitive content from PDFs. Redact regions and text manually in the Viewer - or programmatically via search & redact, including RegEx search to detect and remove personally identifiable information (PII).
  • Digital Signatures
    • Sign PDFs using standard (and custom) Digital Signatures. Extract information for validation. Support multiple signatures and XFDF.
  • PDF Form Filling & Extraction
    • Support interactive form filling, FDF, and embedded JavaScript - or programmatically create, pre-fill, sign, extract, and flatten PDF forms.
  • Document Comparison
    • Compare two documents side by side and highlight differences. Compare changes in semantic categories, such as headers, paragraphs, numbers, and generate a differences summary document for easy review.
  • Learn more about WebViewer:
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  • Hello,

    I believe you are already in contact with our support team regarding this issue. Please send us the details and we can assist you over there!

  • v5.4.2 Release Notes
    • Updated WebViewer to nightly stable 20240402. Contains fixes to loading documents and a pop-up menu not opening when using multi-tab.
    • Fixed issue where extracting a page with Save & Replace will change the underlying document ID.
    • Fixed issue where searchTerm doesn't search when a new value is received.
    • Removed creating highlight annotations when using searchTerm. Please use the config and the searchResultsChanged event to create annotations manually.

  • Hi,

    I am using WebViewer function to edit my Word file, as I am passing the Enable Office Editing then Document is not get loading on defining the docId in local. but if I pass enableOfficeEditing as false, it will be visible on loading the interface.

    Can anybody help on this, is it a plugin issue or I am missing any parameter, in attachment.

  • Hi Andy Huang, i am using web viewer component to highlight the particular text in document, i am passing that value as a local variable to searchTerm parameter, when local variable changes the highlighted value should be change. How can i acheive that?

  • Hi, I am using web viewer component to highlight the particular text in document, i am passing that value as a local variable to searchTerm parameter, when local variable changes the highlighted value should be change. How can i acheive that?

  • v5.4.1 Release Notes
    • Fixed issue where an error will come up when extracting pages affecting the original document.
  • v5.4.0 Release Notes
    • Updated WebViewer to 10.8
    • Added appianManager object to config file window. This can be used to trigger updates and interact with the connected systems.
    • Fixed issue where annotation hotkeys are enabled when annotations are disabled.
    • Fixed issue where an old removed API was used and referenced when extracting pages.

  • By using find or search we are getting only first index, but i want to get all the index of the particular character in a string.

    Hi, I have a code like below where I am getting a list of text strings into a local!leadIDs. When I try to use contains() function to check whether a specified string exists, then I am getting an error…
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  • Thank you so much Andy Huang, it's working

  • Hey sravanin0005, you can perform a text search with the searchTerm property as you might be aware. It can take a string or a regular expression. To your request, you can use a regular expression to search multiple words:

    searchTerm: "(Important|Library)",