I have tried to replace the pdfjs version of Share (Alfresco Share 6.2 in my case) with a newer one but it seems that it is not easy, at least for me. Has anyone else had this issue? From what I've seen, it also happens in Alfresco Share 7.0
I upgraded pdfjs to 2.6.347 for a customer on ACS 6.2 earlier this year due to broken PDF rendering on some browsers for some types of PDF files. Due to Aikau and some config / API changes in pdfjs, you also need to adapt the PdfJs.js file in Share's /components/preview/ static resource path. My customisation did not directly update the pdfjs version included with Aikau, which should probably done if you also want previews in the faceted search result screen to work properly (not really relevant for the customer's case).
Ok, thanks, Axel. Anyway, we have tried it with version 2.5.7 (the one that Alfresco 7 uses) and it also fails in the latest version of Chrome. And reading the post that I linked, it seems that it also fails in 2.6.347. I guess we will have to try to migrate to 2.9.359 manually.
UPDATE: I posted this question as a separate question .
I have an Alfresco 5.0 CE (we use share-frontend) and upgraded to version pdf.js 1.10.100 (with the help of this merge ), because of rendering issues. 1.10.100 is the last 1.x version of pdfjs. Unfortunately my rendering issues are not resolved completely. So I tried to move to a 2.x version of pdfjs, but I'm struggling with it. I get an Uncaught ReferenceError: PDFJS is not define. I have to adapt the PdfJs.js file.
@afaustPlease can you help me? I read, that you did an upgrade of pdfjs, so I think you have a PdfJs-Module, which should work with pdfjs 2.x? It would be very nice, if you could respond. Do you have a recommendation for me