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Topic: Plugin developed using Adobe SDK5 not working with Adobe 6.0
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 95348
From: rtakkar
Date: 8/28/2003 11:17 AM

Hi
I have developed a VB app using Adobe 5.0 SDK.The application runs fine with Adobe Full version 5.0 which is a requirement for the plugin.
When I upgrade to Adobe 6.0, seems like the plugin that gets launched to open the current PDF doc in this process doesn't fire up any more . Seems like a Handshake problem to me.
Is there a setting or a reference that i have to add in my VB project to accomplish this.
Weird part is that it works great with Adobe 5.0
Do i need 6.0 SDK and compile the code again with that.

Any info on this will be great Thx in advance.

-randeep


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