compile(group: 'com.groupdocs', name: 'groupdocs-total', version: '23.7')
<dependency org="com.groupdocs" name="groupdocs-total" rev="23.7">
    <artifact name="groupdocs-total" ext="pom"/>
libraryDependencies += "com.groupdocs" % "groupdocs-total" % "23.7"

Java High Code APIs for Document Automation


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GroupDocs.Annotation for Java

GroupDocs.Annotation for Java is a native Java class library and On-premise API to help you build Java applications that can annotate & watermark documents and files of various file formats from Microsoft Office®, OpenOffice®, Image, Acrobat® & others, without requiring any 3rd party software.

GroupDocs.Assembly for Java

GroupDocs.Assembly for Java is an on-premise Java API that helps you obtain data & information from various data sources (DB, XML, JSON, OData) based on user-defined templates and then assemble documents of various file formats based on those templates. Supports comprehensive report building, customization & generation features.

GroupDocs.Comparison for Java

GroupDocs.Comparison for Java is a Java class library & on-premise API for building document comparison & information extraction Java applications with support to compare files from Microsoft Office Word®, Excel®, PowerPoint®, Visio®, OneNote®, OpenOffice®, eBook, PDF, images and various other file formats. Detect document changes by comparing files & accept / reject changes. Compare source code files of supported programming languages, merge them & highlight the changes if required.

GroupDocs.Conversion for Java

GroupDocs.Conversion for Java is a native Java on-premise high code API that helps build document converter applications in Java programming language with support for file conversion of 70+ file formats including Microsoft Office Word®, Excel®, PowerPoint®, OpenOffice®, 3D, CAD, Photoshop®, Adobe® PDF, eBook, & HTML. No software installation is required.

GroupDocs.Editor for Java

GroupDocs.Editor for Java is a java class library to help you perform document editing of many popular document formats. Edit multi-lingual documents by setting the language & locale information accordingly. Enable pageless or paged mode for a more comfortable editing experience via Java API. Detect email addresses & URIs.

GroupDocs.Merger for Java

GroupDocs.Merger for Java on-premise API for merging multiple documents into a single resultant file. Supports joining files of different extensions (formats) into a single format document. OLE object insertions can also be done. You can also change page order, remove desired pages, and split single document into multiple smaller files.

GroupDocs.Metadata for Java

GroupDocs.Metadata for Java is a native Java API that allows your Java applications to readily work with metadata in audio, video, documents, spreadsheets, presentations, PDF files, diagrams, image, & lots of other file formats.

GroupDocs.Parser for Java

GroupDocs.Parser for Java is on-premise API that enable your Java applications to parse and extract data from various type of file formats. It allows you to extract hyperlinks, tables, barcodes, text, images, as well as data extraction from ZIP archives, email Archives, PDF portfolios, & databases. GroupDocs.Parser for Java can be used to define user-defined templates containing fixed, regex, & linked field positions for accurate data extraction.

GroupDocs.Redaction for Java

GroupDocs.Redaction for Java is on-premise API that enable your Java applications to hide and redact any sensitive or classified data, content, information, or metadata to make it completely unreadable and non-searchable.

GroupDocs.Search for Java

GroupDocs.Search for Java is an on-premise Java API to help indexing document content & metadata, perform searches (boolean, faceted, fuzzy, Homephone) & custom text extraction, apply search filters, and highlight results.

GroupDocs.Signature for Java

GroupDocs.Signature for Java is a high code Java API to Sign, Search, & Verify Digital Signatures within Microsoft Word®, Excel®, PowerPoint®, OpenOffice®, images, PDF & other file formats. Apply various types of barcodes, digital stamps, & eSignatures within documents without requiring to intall any 3rd party software.

GroupDocs.Viewer for Java

GroupDocs.Viewer for Java is a native & On-premise Java API to help you build Document Viewer & Renderer Java applications that work with 170+ file formats for Word® documents, Excel® spreadsheets, PowerPoint® presentations, Outlook® & Apple® emails, PDF, images, CAD drawings, zipped archives, Microsoft Project® tasks, text files, and other file formats.

GroupDocs.Watermark for Java

GroupDocs.Watermark for Java is a high code on-premise Java API for inserting watermarks to supported document types as well as embedding watermarks into images with files. Customize & stylize the digital watermarks, perform searching to fetch desired watermark, and generate document pages previews.

System Requirements

  • Microsoft Windows: Windows Desktop & Server (x86, x64), Microsoft Azure
  • macOS: Mac OS X
  • Linux: Ubuntu, OpenSUSE, CentOS, and others
  • Java Versions: J2SE 6.0 (1.6), J2SE 7.0 (1.7), J2SE 8.0 (1.8) or above (for example Java 10)

GroupDocs.Total for Java does not require any external software or third party tool to be installed.

Get Started

GroupDocs hosts all Java APIs at the GroupDocs Repository. You can easily use GroupDocs.Total for Java API directly in your Maven projects with simple configurations.

Specify GroupDocs Repository Configuration

First, you need to specify GroupDocs repository configuration/location in your Maven pom.xml as follows:

        <name>GroupDocs Java API</name>

Define GroupDocs.Total for Java API Dependency

Then define GroupDocs.Total for Java API dependency in your pom.xml as follows:


Congratulations! GroupDocs.Total for Java dependency has been added to your Maven project.

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