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Hi guys, then I explain what I have to do: within the Immagine variable there is a pdf, I should convert it into a memory steam and view it through the application default from the operating system to open the pdf, do you have any advice on how to do?

What I have tried:

using System;
using System.Drawing;
using System.IO;

namespace App.View
{
    public partial class VisualizzazioneDocumenti : MaterialSkin.Controls.MaterialForm
    {
        public byte[] Immagine;

        public VisualizzazioneDocumenti()
        {
            InitializeComponent();
        }

        private static Bitmap ByteToImage(byte[] blob)
        {
            MemoryStream mStream = new MemoryStream();
            byte[] pData = blob;
            mStream.Write(pData, 0, Convert.ToInt32(pData.Length));
            Bitmap bm = new Bitmap(mStream, false);
            mStream.Dispose();
            return bm;
        }

        private void VisualizzazioneDocumenti_Load(object sender, EventArgs e)
        {
            this.pictureBoxImmagine.Image = ByteToImage(Immagine);
        }
    }
}
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Updated 8-Apr-18 19:11pm
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As far as I know there is no way to hand a memory stream to any existing PDF viewer app, so you would have to use a PDF viewer component within your application. And I wouldn;t expect such to exist, given that a stream is part of the memory allocated to your app, and that isn't normally available to external applications.

There are some available which will do it: Free PDF Viewer Component - Read/View/Print PDF in C#,VB.NET | Spire.PDFViewer[^] provides a "community edition" which is limited to 10 pages but which can work directly from a stream. There may be others, but you'll have to work with Google to find out.
 
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rikidev 6-Apr-18 5:39am    
thanks
OriginalGriff 6-Apr-18 5:44am    
You're welcome!
Better open the pdf with default application.

Code:

System.Diagnostics.Process.Start(@"c:\MYPDF.pdf");


or

Try to add COM components of Adobe Reader or other Pdf Viewer.
 
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