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Topic: Converting rpt files (with parameters) to pdfs
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 52488
From: JBerkson
Date: 5/29/2002 04:52 PM

I am currently using the program activePDF server (www.activePDF.com) to convert rpt files to pdf's. I've run into a snag, though, for reports which contain parameter prompts or selection formula. For reports containing prompts, for instance, the conversion process hangs until an input is provided on the actual server. Does anyone have experience passing parameters through either as selection formula or prompts? I know this can be done in a Visual Basic application, but I'm not sure how the API melds with activePDF's server program. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
--Jeff

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