SelectPdf for .NET - Sending HTTP Cookies with Html to Pdf Converter - C# / ASP.NET Sample

This sample shows how to send HTTP cookies to the page that will be converted using the html to pdf converter from SelectPdf Pdf Library for .NET.

Below, there is a link to a test page that will display the HTTP cookies sent to it. Converting this page will display the cookies sent by the html to pdf converter.

Test page


HTTP Cookies:

Name: Value:
Name: Value:
Name: Value:
Name: Value:

Sample Code C#

using System;
using System.Collections.Generic;
using System.Linq;
using System.Web;
using System.Web.UI;
using System.Web.UI.WebControls;
using SelectPdf;

namespace SelectPdf.Samples
    public partial class http_cookies : System.Web.UI.Page
        protected void Page_Load(object sender, EventArgs e)
            if (!IsPostBack)
                string url = Page.ResolveUrl("~/view-http-cookies.aspx");
                TxtUrl.Text = (new Uri(Request.Url, url)).AbsoluteUri;
                LnkTest.NavigateUrl = url;

        protected void BtnCreatePdf_Click(object sender, EventArgs e)
            // instantiate a html to pdf converter object
            HtmlToPdf converter = new HtmlToPdf();

            // set the HTTP cookies
            converter.Options.HttpCookies.Add(TxtName1.Text, TxtValue1.Text);
            converter.Options.HttpCookies.Add(TxtName2.Text, TxtValue2.Text);
            converter.Options.HttpCookies.Add(TxtName3.Text, TxtValue3.Text);
            converter.Options.HttpCookies.Add(TxtName4.Text, TxtValue4.Text);

            // create a new pdf document converting an url
            PdfDocument doc = converter.ConvertUrl(TxtUrl.Text);

            // save pdf document
            doc.Save(Response, false, "Sample.pdf");

            // close pdf document