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Topic: How to open a URL with an IAC object
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 87575
From: FredChams
Date: 5/13/2003 01:51 AM

Hi people! I'm trying to open a FDF file (or PDF file, assuming that''s the same way) with an IAC object. But I don''t know which object to chose, and I wonder if it''s even possible. What I did with success is open a file in local (like c:\temp\myfile.pdf) with ''objAVdoc.open strFileName, "Temp Title"'', but instead of, I want to open a remote file on a web server like ''objAVdoc.open strFileName, "Temp Title"'' but this time my variable strFileName is an URL (say: www.mycompany.com//myfile.pdf#FDF=myfile.fdf). I know it exists a WWWOpenURL function but I don't know really how to use it. I've tried ''WWWOpenURL AVAppGetActiveDoc(), strFileName, 0'' and even ''WWWOpenURL objAVdoc, strFileName, 0'' but no way, it doesn''t work. By the way, I'm doing that from a asp file with a VBScript code. Thanks for your help. Cheers Fred

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