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Topic: PDF creation from asp.net
Conf: (P-PDF) Beginners, Msg: 90490
From: bh0526
Date: 6/21/2003 06:01 AM

Hi all,

My first time here. I am also new to PDF. I am an experienced asp.net / visual basic.net developer. I want to read a record from my sql table and create a pdf file. I was going to use Acrobat Distiller to do this. But I am having a terrible time getting the Distiller object to work. I added a reference to my visual studio project for Acrobat Distiller. I then create an instance of the the Distiller by using the following line:

Dim oPdf As New ACRODISTXLib.PdfDistiller

But my asp.net program bombs on this line saying "Access denied" It says to give proper security rights to user ASPNET. I have already done this. In fact, my server contains many web applications that run fine. Can anyone help me out?

Thanks,
Bob


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