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Topic: open pdf url using OpenInWindowEx() ?
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 55077
From: rpaladugu
Date: 5/29/2002 05:10 PM

Hi ,
I am trying to develop a acrobat viewer ocx for a intranet project and i am using acrobat api to do this.

I cannot use acrobat.ocx as my viewer as i have to control things like annotation and Enabling and diabling of buttons for security reasons.

I have written a method in my ocx called fileopen and i used OpenInWindowEx() acrobat api to do this.Unfortunately i am not able to open files if the parameter for szFullPath is a URL like http://mydomain/test.pdf.

I am able to open files if i send the parameter as
c:\directoryname\test.pdf.

Could anybody please let me know what to do ?

This url thing works fine if i use acrobat.ocx
but unfortunately i cannot use this and i have to
use the api.

Regards
Ramesh








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