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Topic: Nearly giving up :-( (Via Email), 1 Attachments
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 129998
From: engst03
Date: 3/24/2005 11:32 AM


Hi
I am currently writing a signature module which is able to digitally sign PDF files.
My first Beta works quite good but unfortunatly sometimes it seems it corrupts the original PDF file. :-(

For example I sign a 2 Page PDF and it works fine. If I sign the same PDF which just had one line added so it became a 3 page PDF the PDF cannot be read at all after signing.

Is here somebody who can habe a quick look? Maybe its something silly and I am blind.

I upladed a zip file. The zip file contains one 2 page signed pdf which works and a 3 page signed pdf which generates errors.

Thanks a lot in advance
Stefan

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zip file with 2 sample pdf files (67,953 bytes)


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