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Topic: Automatically Print PDFs with ASP.Net
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 132371
From: careysc
Date: 5/7/2005 05:50 AM

I am using PDFPrint to print a selected group of PDFs automatically. I am wondering if anyone has already done this within the .Net code portion of ASP.Net. I am doing the coding in VB, but a C# example would be just as helpful.

I have tried adding the EMBED tag logic within the .Net code and it errors. It will work by placing the EMBED tag within the html code of the page, but that will limit how I can call the page. I would prefer to call the page using Server.Transfer, but I don't know if I will be able to recognize the parameters being passed. Any ideas or comments will be much appreciated.

Thanks,
Carey


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