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Topic: Send a specific PDF page over HTTP
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 101362
From: mpalma
Date: 11/26/2003 08:35 PM

Hi !

Is there any way of send a PDF specific page over http?
Or, alternatively, a way of open a pdf in a specific page, using a middle ware component?

The problem is just I can't show users the location of the files. I can't use http://server/pdf/file1.pdf#page=10 directely.

If I try to, in a middle ware component, open the pdf file, extract a page and send it over http, I get an error when I use CreateObject("AcroExch.PDDoc") (I think that acrobat doesn't work in server).

Any ideas ?

Thanks in advance!
Miguel Palma


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