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Topic: C++ stand alone
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 105126
From: thelonecabbage
Date: 2/2/2004 02:21 AM


I am attempting to write a VC++ console app that does nothing more than takes 2 arguments at the command line.

1) the PDF File name
2) the printer name.

I realize this is somewhat redundant, and Adobe already provides a CLI app to do this. This is just a proof of concept program to show how to build a stand alone app from Adobe SDK 5.0

I have gotten everything to compile, and run. But durring run time I am unable to get any of the API's commands to run!

I suspect that this is because of some initialization I'm supposed to take, for late binding DLLs.

Has anyone had any experience with this? In creation of stand alone programs, that use the 5.0 SDK?



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