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Topic: ActivePDF problems with hidden panels
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 121363
From: forwardtrends
Date: 11/3/2004 05:48 AM

I've been working with ActivePDF webgrabber for about a month now. It works fine for basic asp and .net pages but when I try to include .net user controls, then use if statements to say whether the panels (user controls) are visible or not - it doesnt work.

code example of declaration and if statement:

if (Request.QueryString["rpt0"] == "1")


I can get ALL panels to display in the PDF if I initialize all panels to a visible state - but I still can't run an if to say false if the query string determines it. EnabledViewState is true at the top of the page so thats not it. I've tried using arrays in the webgrabber code to write multiple pages to a single pdf but its mediocre results at best.

If anyone has any input on this I'd be very appreciative - I'm pulling my hair out over here and since WebGrabber is one of the top applications I don't know what else to do.



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