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Merge multiple PDFs using PHP SDK from Aspose

PHP developers can learn how to merge multiple PDF files into a single PDF file using PHP SDK from Aspose. You can use the following given supported third party storage to access Aspose for Cloud service. 

https://github.com/asposeforcloud/Aspose_Cloud_SDK_For_PHP


In order to use PHP SDK, you need to perform following steps:


-	Set base product URI, App SID, App Key and output location. See section 1 of the complete code.
-	Upload input PDF files. See section 2 of the complete code.
-	Create object of Document class and call mergeDocuments method passing array of names (including paths) of input PDF files. See section 3 of the complete code.
-	Download merged PDF file. See Download a Particular File example for more details.

http://www.aspose.com/docs/display/rest/Download+a+Particular+File
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use Aspose\Cloud\Common\AsposeApp; use Aspose\Cloud\Common\Utils; use Aspose\Cloud\Common\Product; use Aspose\Cloud\Storage\Folder; use Aspose\Cloud\Pdf\Document; /**** Section 1 ****/ AsposeApp::$appSID = "77****-****-****-****-80*********"; AsposeApp::$appKey = "******************"; $baseProductUri= "http://api.aspose.com/v1.1"; AsposeApp::$outPutLocation = getcwd() . "/Output/"; /**** End Section 1 ****/ /**** Section 2 ****/ $inputFile1 = getcwd() . "/Input/input1.pdf"; $inputFile2 = getcwd() . "/Input/input2.pdf"; $inputFile3 = getcwd() . "/Input/input3.pdf"; $mergedFileName = "MergedFile.pdf"; //upload input PDF files echo "Uploading main document...<br />"; $folder = new Folder(); $folder->UploadFile($inputFile1, ""); $folder->UploadFile($inputFile2, ""); $folder->UploadFile($inputFile3, ""); echo "input files uploaded <br />"; /**** End Section 2 ****/ /**** Section 3 ****/ echo "Merging PDF files... <br />"; //create Document object $doc = new Document($mergedFileName); $result = $doc->mergeDocuments(array('input1.pdf','input2.pdf','input3.pdf')); /**** End Section 3 ****/
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