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Topic: PDF-post-creation problem
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 105264
From: ralfk
Date: 2/4/2004 12:48 AM

Hello all,
maybe somebody can help me with this:
I have developped a web-based application that uses the ezPDF-class ( http://www.ros.co.nz/pdf )to create PDF-files from data.
Well, creation works with no problem, at least I get no error messages, but when I try to open the file Acrobat Reader pops up a message box containing the following message: "Unrecognized object name" (english) / "Objektnamen nicht erkannt" (german). I'm running the Apache 2.0.48 on a linux box (Suse 9) with php 4.3.4.
Does anybody know where the problem comes from?
Or at least what the Acrobat message means?
I have looked at Adobe's support site, tried to find an answer via Internet search, in some forums, but it seems nobody had such a problem before, but me.

Thanks in advance

Best regards

Ralf


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