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Topic: Problem with Last version of HTMLDOC and jpeg
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 31914
From: Tonio34
Date: 12/21/2001 12:02 AM

we use the free version of HTMLDOC online to convert html files to pdf the user can download.
HTMLDOC 1.18.16 is installed on a windows 2000 server
and we use a custom coldfusion tag on a CFServer 4.5 to call HTMLDOC.

The HTML files we need to convert contains big jpeg image, and if we dont specify any compression level, pdf files can go up to 10M.
I use the --jpeg=100 option, and on my local test, it work perfectly. But it doesnt seems to work correctly online, the pdf file generated contain corrupted pictures, and we get a "not enough data for images" message when we try to open it.

Does someone have any clues about that? is there a special configuration, or something to do to make it works?

Thanks a lot.

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