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Topic: link annotations
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 54533
From: johnecook
Date: 5/29/2002 05:06 PM

I'm generating a PDF report programmatically that contains links to other electronic documents. With only one link on each line of the report everything works fine but if I try to add a second link to each line I get the error 'There was a problem reading this document(14)' when I try to read page 31 of the document. I can read pages 1-30 perfectly and all the links work correctly .There is a maximum of 33 lines per page and therefore with 33 links it works OK but with 66 links I get the error. The report can be generated from data held in several databases each with different data but all the reports give the same error at page 31.


Anyone got any ideas

Thanks

John Cook

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