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Topic: Amazing but true
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 73479
From: shankris
Date: 10/3/2002 02:37 AM

Hi folks
I got a probelm. The shorter version is I have 2 documents which ( I think ) are exactly identical (in terms of size, contents etc.) but I am able to open 1 thru Reader 5.0 and not the other (The error I get is "There was an error processing this page. There was a problem reading this document(114)." . And, I get another dialog which states "illegal operation 'Tj' outside text object".)

Now, the longer one. The first pdf doc that works fine was got thru a direct url invocation from the browser (say "link1"). The second (error prone) one was got from a servlet which creates an URLConnection to the link ("link1") and then writes onto the response, the outputs of the "link1".

I am going nuts as to what is going on.

Can anybody throw some light on this
I wud appreciate it.
Rgds
Shan


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