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PDF file validation

Learn how to validate PDF files using the Download Validation step.

You can use the Download Validation step to perform advanced validations of PDF files such as number of lines and content.

Example code:

return pdf(fileBuffer).then((data) => {
  const {numpages, text} = data;
  // number of pages
  console.log("numpages", numpages);
  // PDF text
  console.log("text", text);
  if(numpages !== parseInt(expectedNumOfPages)) {
    return Promise.reject(new Error(`Invalid number of pages: ${numpages}`));
  }
  if(!text.includes(expectedText)) {
    return Promise.reject(new Error(`Invalid pdf text: ${text}`));
  }
});

Parameters - Packages and JavaScript used in this example:

  1. name: pdf, type: Package, value: [email protected]
  2. name: expectedNumOfPages, type: JavaScript, value: '2'
  3. name: expectedText, type: JavaScript, value: 'A Simple PDF File'

Chrome browser requirements

This feature is supported in Chrome version 67 and above.
It requires a change to your Chrome browser settings:

  1. Open Chrome, go to Settings -> Advanced -> Privacy and security -> Content settings -> PDF documents (you should also be able to copy this direct link and paste it to a Chrome window: chrome://settings/content/pdfDocuments)
  2. Enable the setting:

Updated 6 months ago

PDF file validation


Learn how to validate PDF files using the Download Validation step.

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