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Topic: XObject external jpeg example
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 136220
From: Peppie
Date: 7/13/2005 10:47 PM

Hello, I'm desperately seeking for an complete example displaying external images (load from url or file path) using XObject. There are some incomplete examples on Google newsgroups and here, but I am looking for an working example that also show the proper usage of the "Do" command. I tried several
examples from the Acrobat SDK but these are also incomplete. My goal is to print a lightweight PDF on a large Xerox production printer (Igen3) and retrieve the (jpeg) images during the rip process from a server path or url. This printer supports OPI but not for jpg images. If all of this is possible, is there a software component (NET or COM) that can do such things or am I stuck with hand coding?

Thanks!


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