There is a very promising project Layout Parser that aims to simplify table digitization. It is based on tesseract, but has many enhancements specifically for tables.
You can change PDF properties by using Syncfusion’s Essential PDF (.NET PDF library).
The whole suite of controls is available for free (commercial applications also) through the community license program if you qualify. The community license is the full product with ...
Windows PowerShell (built-in to Windows) has a ConvertTo-Json command that you might be able to wrangle:
This is a simple job and theoretically any PDF library should be able to do it.
With PDF4NET you can do it like this:
PDFFixedDocument document = new PDFFixedDocument(pdfFileName);
if (document.DocumentInformation != null)
document.DocumentInformation.Author = "";
document.DocumentInformation.Producer = "";
// Save it only ...
searching for http upload server on github i found
successfully tested on python3
unknown support for uploading large files
will listen on all interfaces by default, allows to set --bind <host> <port> on CLI
meets the "Stores files on Amazon S3" criterium
While a bit bloated if the only thing you want is uploads, I eventually used Nextcloud for this; You can do this in nextcloud by creating a folder and setting up a share link for that folder with the permissions set to "Upload only" or "Edit".
Zooming out a bit and not technically answering the question, sending files can also be ...