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Topic: Acrobat with DDE how catch errors from Acrobat
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 87469
From: crtx
Date: 5/9/2003 11:26 PM

First sorry for my poor english.

I have a problem in using acrobat from C++ and DDE (Data Dynamic Exchange).

I use the DdeClientTransaction method to launch a "MenuitemExecute" message to acrobat (an user defined acrobat sequence).
When the pdf file is ok no problem.
When an error during processing occured on acrobat, i don't have any exception from DDE messages and a Acrobat's error window appeared which block my batch processing.

My question : Is there a solution to catch Acrobat's errors and hide (or auto close) acrobat's error windows.

Thanks you for any answer.


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