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Topic: PDDOC-Object as JOB
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 120524
From: [Tom]
Date: 10/19/2004 06:22 PM

Hello,

I have two programs:

The first converts PS-files to PDF using "watched folders".

The second merges several PDF's together to one document. For this I use the PDDOC-object.

These two programs (among others) are called by a Batch, that starts as a job.
From time to time (three to four days) the second program won't work anymore. It says "ActiveX Component creation not possible".

When I reboot the computer I have to start Adobe Acrobat at least one time to get all things working normally again.

If I let the Program run without job, but "normally" opened, then all is working correctly. The question is: Where lies the problem.

- Let the programs run as JOB
- the acrobat.exe. instance that will not close itself after destroying the object


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