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Topic: app.OpenDoc and Sharing Violation
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 70247
From: magmasystems
Date: 8/10/2002 06:27 AM

Hi,

I feel so stupid... been programming for 20 years but I am new to Acrobat. (I am using 5.05).

I have a button in a PDF file. I attached a one-line Javascript statement to the button's mouse-up action. The Javascript consists of a single line:

app.openDoc("pdf2.pdf");

When I click the button, the file "pdf2.pdf" opens just fine.

The problem is that when I do a "Save As" of pdf2.pdf, and try to save it as the same filename (pdf2.pdf), I get a sharing violation error.

I have a Windows utility called TaskInfo which I use to see what files a process has open, and only one process (Acrobat) has pdf2.pdf open.

What could I be doing wrong?

Thanks

-marc

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