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Topic: Diffrent filepaths for diffrent applications on one computer
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 73257
From: Johan_Hedlund
Date: 9/30/2002 10:15 PM

Today we have five applications on one computer that use pdf-writer to create pdf-documents. Each application has its own file path. We change file path in the registry. Problems appear when two applications creates pdf-docs at the same time.

Problem: The file path and filename for a document is written in the registry. Before the document is printed the registry is changed to a another file path and filename, that belongs to another document that should be printed.

We would like to use five applications on one computer that create pdf documents with Acrobat distiller. Each application should have its one file path for its pdf documents. How do we do?

Johan & Thomas

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