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Topic: temp Files of PDF
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 96404
From: gui
Date: 9/13/2003 07:45 AM

Hello Everybody !

Here is the latest problem :
a. I created the DPF forms using adobe 5.0 reader and viewable with adobe 5.0 only

b. The pdf gets opened by the ASP application and data gets populated from the database as long as the user has adobe 5.0 reader version.

Some of the suers don't have adobe 5.0 ; they have 4.0 version. that time. adobe puts some temp files in the system side... (at server)

Once these temporary files start getting accumulated... later on it does not bring any of the pdf forms for others that have 5.0 reader also ...

How do I make this not to write the temporary files (while users open this with 4.0 version.

thanks in advance !


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