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Topic: ActivePDF Toolkit performance
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 32611
From: sub
Date: 1/11/2002 02:12 AM

Has anyone had experience using ActivePDF Toolkit in the same type of solution I'm reviewing to use it for?

The solution needs to populate a one page PDF document with data from a SQL Server database. There is a good chance there could be multiple pages--probably 3-5 at the most. The solution will exist on IIS 5.0. Users will click a button on a web site to generate the PDF they desire. The PDF will be populated and then sent to their browser--IE 4.01 and above only. An estimate would be roughly 50-100 users generating PDF's at any given time.

ActivePDF doesn't mention anything regarding performance capabilities on their web site. I plan to call them later today to ask. Anyone have any real world experience with this product?


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