A PDF to XML API conversion allows you to convert your PDFs to XML documents in bulk. With XML files, you can efficiently share important business data, because the XML is machine and human-readable.
Why You Should Convert Your PDF to XML Using Our API
However, not every PDF into XML converter API is meant for use in a production environment. You need a PDF to XML Java converter that is efficient to use, secure, and worth your investment.
Supports Multiple Languages
That is what our PDF to XML API tool can do for you. Apart from the PDF to XML Java API, we also have it in the following languages:
- PDF to XML C# API
- PDF to XML Python API
- PDF to XML VB.NET API
- PDF to XML PowerShell API
- PDF to XML PHP API
- PDF to XML cURL API
You can check this Github page for detailed code samples and syntax, which you can copy and use, with a slight modification. And if you have any questions, you can contact our support via chat or email.
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How to Upload a File for PDF to XML API Conversion
Step 1: Get API Upload Link
First, you have to get an upload link from the API, by calling “/file/upload/get-presigned-url”. The API will output the file upload link “presignedUrl”, and an access link “URL”.
Step 2: Upload File to URL
The second step is for you to upload your PDF file to “presignedUrl”, which you received in step 1. You must upload your file to the link within 30 minutes, or request a new one. To do that, use “PUT” to send the file to “presignedUrl”, after which it will be accessible from the “URL” link in step 1.
Step 3: Call PDF to XML API
Once the upload is complete, you can use “/pdf/convert/to/xml” and your API key, to convert your PDF to XML file. You can check the code samples for additional examples.
How to Run PDF to XML API in the Background
You can upload PDF files that are less than 2GB, and convert them to XML. But you must run the in the background, by setting the “async” param to “true”. The API will return a “jobId” for that file, which you can use to check its conversion status.
You can upload PDF files that are less than 2GB, and convert them to XML. But you must run the in the background, by setting the “async” param to “true”. The API will return a “jobId” and “URL for that file, which you can use to check its conversion status and access it respectively.
You can then use the “/job/check” method with the “jobId” param, to get the execution status. Once the job is complete, the “/job/check” method will return a “success” param, you can download it from the “URL”, which you received after setting the”async” param to true.
In summary, that’s how you convert PDF to XML file using our API tool.