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   Anybody have idea on creating pdf of web page on the fly without third party component.

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You'll need a 3rd party component. Typically this means a "screen scraper" application/component that can 'look' at a URL and convert the result to a PDF. If you have adobe acrobat installed you could print to a PDF, but of course, this still falls under the umbrella of "3rd party component".

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