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Topic: Access violation err for DURING [ or any other first statement ]
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 123381
From: sonia_rohini
Date: 12/6/2004 04:48 PM

Hi All,
I have a written a dll to convertt pdf to jpg format. I am getting Access violation error for the DURING statement [the first statement after initializations ] in the function, the code sample is given below.

EXPORT int ConvertToJpeg(LPCTSTR szPDFFile, LPCTSTR szJPEGFile, const pImageAttributes pimgAttribs)
// parameters inSettings PDDoc, AVConversionFlags, outPath, outFileSys, statusMonitor,
// clientDataASCab note the last parameter will be NULL
ASInt32 errorCode = 0;
ASCab ImageSettings = NULL;
AVConversionFlags convFlags = kAVConversionAsyncOkay;
PDDoc srcPDDoc;
PDFileSpec pdffilespec;
ASPathName pdfPath = NULL, jpegPath = NULL; // path names for file objects
ASFileSys jpegFileSys = NULL ;
AVStatusMonitorProcsRec StatusMonitorPr;
pdffilespec.a =0 ;
pdffilespec.b = 0 ;
pdfPath = ASFileSysCreatePathName(NULL,ASAtomFromString("Cstring"),(char*)szPDFFile,0);
errorCode = ASGetExceptionerror__Code ();
// get the pdf file specification from the path name
return 0;
can i get any help regarding this.

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