When running the "Test Server Requirements" it returns the following error.

Failed! Test downloading content from this serverDownloading content from url with: getPage('http://www.domain.com/');
Resolve hostname 'www.domain.com' to IP address: 12.345.678.910
Error: Received HTTP status code '301' (should be 200 or 302)! (view source, html)

The following shell commands may help you debug connection issues from your server:wget --spider -T2 -O- http://www.perfectoptical.com/ 2>&1curl --head -v -m2 http://www.domain.com/ 2>&1

When I update the code from "http://" to "https://" in __createPDF_tests_download_remoteUrl the in the createPDF_pluginsMenu.php file all pass.

Basically we need https detection logic.


It turns out that its was the temp directory...

I added temp directory setting before the createPDF_fromOutput call and all is working!

$GLOBALS['CREATEPDF_TEMPDIR_PATH'] = '/home/account_name/public_html';
createPDF_fromOutput('attachment', 'statement-'.$statement_key.'.pdf');

By Dave - April 27, 2018

Ok, great.  Glad to hear your got it working!

Dave Edis - Senior Developer

What approach would recommend using for generating a large PDF (say one thousand pages)?


By Dave - April 30, 2018

It's going to take a lot of memory, I'd recommend seeing if you could generate them individually and then merge them.  You might need to try a few additional command line binaries for that.  

Ref: https://stackoverflow.com/questions/2507766/merge-convert-multiple-pdf-files-into-one-pdf

Dave Edis - Senior Developer