This issue has been resolved. I had an error in the mapping of my web xml.
Unfortunately this did not solve the issue. I thought it might because in the index servlet I altered the value of height coming in to ‘100%’ since the properties file does not allow this value.
Ok, I can do that. Attached are the properties file, index servlet, and html generated by groupdocs. The html is an iFrame of the viewer appliaction url embedded in a jQuery pane layout.
In addition to my previous post you can set this parameter as groupdocs.viewer.height=0, but in this case html tag “div” should contain a style with height = 100% property as you can see on this screenshot.
Thanks, I have already applied that alteration to the code. This next line works additionally as well but is dependent of knowing the specific size in the properties file.
Hello again ,
There might be a little confusion, that scales the viewer to full height of the iFrame, but when the zoom level is changed the extra white space is still added.
That did not work either, still getting a large area of whitespace outside the iFrame after using the zoom level.
Unfortunately I cannot do that as it is integrated into my companies application for testing purposes. I do believe though that the issue is not on your end because when I render the viewer by itself in a new browser window (not inside the layout pane) the zoom feature works properly.