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Topic: activepdf toolkit NT4 - slow processing
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 86866
From: emmapayne
Date: 4/30/2003 11:24 PM

Hello all,

I am using activepdf toolkit to produce dynamic pdfs on the fly based on user input via an asp page.

On all development machines (windows 2000) this runs great.

However, once uploaded to our slow and shabby NT4 web server, it takes ages for the process to release the newly created pdfs. This causes a problem when the user wants to preview the changes he/she has made or make further changes based on previous input etc.

Has anyone else experienced a similar problem ?
Any advice, before I resort to running the app off my desktop !!

Many thanks
Emma


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