Loading and Saving PDFs from Memory (MemoryStream) in .NET
In IronPDF, we can load create and export PDF documents in C#/.Net without using the file system.
A common way to do this is using a MemoryStream object from the System.IO namespace.
Loading a PDF from Memory
A new instance of IronPdf.PdfDocument and be initialized any of there in memory objects:
- A MemorySteam
- A FileSteam
- Binary Data as a Byte array (byte)
This loads a PDF from Memory
Saving a PDF to Memory
An IronPdf.PdfDocument can be saved directly to memory in one of 2 ways:
- IronPdf.PdfDocument.Stream exports the PDF as a System.IO.MemoryStream
- IronPdf.PdfDocument.BinaryData exports the PDF as a Byte Array (byte)
Serving PDFs to the web from memory in ASP.Net or MVC
Please visit the Saving & Exporting PDF Documents FAQ to lean how to serve PDF documents from memory in C# and VB.Net