Create a Flow Using a Custom SOAP Connector – Part 3

This is the third and final post in our SOAP Custom Connector  series.  In this article we’ll use the custom SOAP connector we created in parts 1 and 2 of this series, to create a Microsoft Flow that automates conversions using the on-premise version of the Muhimbi PDF Converter. In this three-part series, we’ll cover the … Continue reading Create a Flow Using a Custom SOAP Connector – Part 3

Using SOAP Custom Connectors in Microsoft Power Automate (Flow) – Part 1

This topic is part of a tutorial series on creating and using SOAP custom connectors in Azure Logic Apps, Microsoft Flow, and PowerApps. Why wouldn’t I just use the built-in Flow actions and REST based API of The Muhimbi PDF Converter Services Online, you ask? The reasons are usually regulatory compliance and/or corporate governance. You simply might not be authorised to process your documents on third party systems, no matter how secure the underlying technology is. So, with the “why?” having been covered, lets move-on to the actual steps you’ll be using to get this working.

Add a Barcode to PDFs Using Microsoft Flow and Muhimbi’s PDF Converter

Barcodes and SharePoint can be a great combination. The Barcode can act as identity for a document, and can make life easy for end users especially if you are working with an Inventory Management system.In this blog we will create a product Barcode(SharePoint Choice column) and add that value as a Barcode to a document using Microsoft Flow and send it to the vendor.

Add Multiple Watermarks to PDF Document using Microsoft Flow

If you find yourself with a need to protect confidential information and you’ve got a lot of PDF, then one such security option is the watermark. Watermarking your PDF document can signify whether the PDF document is a copy or an original, identify the owner or classify the document. The Muhimbi Microsoft Flow actions provides us with powerful watermarking engine that can be used to add watermarks to pages as well as adding headers, footers, page numbering and other recurring items.

Convert All images from PowerApps Gallery control to HTML\PDF using JSON Function

In this article, we use the newly released JSON for canvas apps function and export all the images in a PowerApps Gallery to an HTML file and then convert that HTML file to a PDF file using the Muhimbi PDF Converter. To reduce the complexity, we will divide the article in three parts: Design a canvas app … Continue reading Convert All images from PowerApps Gallery control to HTML\PDF using JSON Function