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Topic: Display in web browser not works properly
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 69306
From: confu
Date: 7/25/2002 06:50 PM

I am displaying a PDF file into a web broser window, by code, through shell explorer, ATL project. One, and only one of the files has a different behaviour: first time is open correctly, as part of the test case I am closing the windows as soon as possible and re-open in the same manner (stress test). The second time the instance of the web browser is created, but the secondary thread that is suppose to display the file doesn't show anything, is waiting for an event maybe. After some time a message error: Acrobat handler window not found. Only one file does those things. I mention that the files are making submits at localhost at page open.
Does anyone have any ideea about this?
Thank you very much.

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