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Topic: RE: ASP/NT - Activex can't create object
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 56449
From: Deleted User
Date: 5/29/2002 05:19 PM


I believe a question similar to yours was answered by Karl a couple of days
ago, I believe it's the same problem/situation. IIS wont allow any ActiveX
components to be created/instantiated in memory if they are out of process.

There are also licensing issues with using these ActiveX components on a web
server. Acrobat isnt(and never has) been a Network 'ready' (or
'licensable') software product.

You might want to either look into other server based PDF manipulation

> Hello, all.
> I've developed ASP code that instantiates two Adobe objects, opens a PDF
> doc, and saves with a different name:
> Set AcroAVDoc = CreateObject("acroexch.avDoc")
> Set AcroApp = CreateObject("")
> bOpen = AcroAVDoc.Open("c:\windows\desktop\demo\ST-5.PDF", "Testing")
> ' PDSaveFull = 1, used below:
> bsaved = AcroPDDoc.Save(1, "C:\windows\desktop\demo\ST5_1stPass.pdf")

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