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Topic: Question of PDPageEnumResources & PDDocEnumResources
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 86339
From: vwu
Date: 4/17/2003 03:54 AM

Hi everybody,

I'm new to Acrobat SDK and PDF internal, I'm currently supporting a product to convert AFP to PDF, and I have to update the product to support Acrobat 5.0 viewer, there is a function called PDPageEnumResources has been obsolete since PDF 1.3 (Acrobat 4) and is completely removed from PDF 1.4 (Acrobat 5), the Acrobat Core API Reference suggests to replace the function by PDDocEnumResources, when I look at the difference between two functions, the replacement doesn't seem to be easy. Does anybody have experience to replace this obsolete function, and what is the impact to the logic when change the resource enumeration from page to document, it will be greatly appreciated if you can link me to the source that has these info or sample code.

Thanks in advanced,
Vance


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