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by Jim Vollmer
Tue Mar 15 2005
Forum: Wish List
Topic: PDF Creator - Increase the maximum resolution
Replies: 0
Views: 10185

PDF Creator - Increase the maximum resolution

This request is for the PDF Converter product. Currently the maximum supported "printer" resolution is 1200 DPI. We would like to create high resolution PDF files, which we would send to a print shop. It is requested that you increase the maximum supported resolution to a minimum of 2540 D...
by Jim Vollmer
Mon Mar 14 2005
Forum: C/C++/C# Community
Topic: Encryption/Security Seems To Not Work
Replies: 9
Views: 16550

Dear Jose, Thank you for the sample code. I have read the PDF documentation and examined CDINTF250.H indepth looking for anything that appears to resemble these routines, but I have been unsuccessful. I wonder whether the suggested use of these undocumented functions, instead of EncryptPDFDocument a...
by Jim Vollmer
Fri Mar 11 2005
Forum: C/C++/C# Community
Topic: Encryption/Security Seems To Not Work
Replies: 9
Views: 16550

Dear Jose, I was rereading your response. You gave the sequence: SetLicenseKey Open a document Encrypt Save How do I do "Open a document" and "Save" using the DLL interface? The functions EncryptPDFDocument and EncryptPDFDocument128 are passed a filename, I would assume that the ...
by Jim Vollmer
Fri Mar 11 2005
Forum: C/C++/C# Community
Topic: Encryption/Security Seems To Not Work
Replies: 9
Views: 16550

Dear Jose, I was initially attempting to enable encrypt while creating the PDF file. That was failing because I was not using a professional installation. Reacing a dead end, I attempted to encrypt the PDF file (after the fact) using SetLicenseKeyA then EncryptPDFDocument128. When I did this (2.50 n...
by Jim Vollmer
Thu Mar 10 2005
Forum: C/C++/C# Community
Topic: Encryption/Security Seems To Not Work
Replies: 9
Views: 16550

Dear Joan, Thank you for your reply. Of course I am using the correct declaration for SetLicenseKeyA, I am including your .h file for all declarations. This function was issuing a successful return code before I uninstalled 2.50 and installed 2.50a. The only difference is the company and license key...
by Jim Vollmer
Wed Mar 09 2005
Forum: C/C++/C# Community
Topic: Encryption/Security Seems To Not Work
Replies: 9
Views: 16550

I uninstalled all Amyuni. I edited the registry to remove all remaining instances of "Amyuni". >> Please note: there were still a number of instances after uninstall! << I downloaded the latest distribution, which is now 2.50a. I installed selecting evaluation + developer + professional. I...
by Jim Vollmer
Wed Mar 09 2005
Forum: C/C++/C# Community
Topic: Encryption/Security Seems To Not Work
Replies: 9
Views: 16550

I am continuing to explore: I am using the sequence EnablePrinter (successful) SetLicenseKeyA (successful) EncryptPDFDocument128 (fails) Calling GetLastErrorMsg after EncryptPDFDocument 128 returns "Operation completed Successfully". It feels like this is not the Professional Evaluation .....
by Jim Vollmer
Wed Mar 09 2005
Forum: C/C++/C# Community
Topic: Encryption/Security Seems To Not Work
Replies: 9
Views: 16550

Encryption/Security Seems To Not Work

I am using the evaluation copy of PDF Converter version 2.50. (Professional I hope!) I am using the DLL interface in C++ MSVC 6.0. During setup fot he print job I do the following calls (pseudo code): EnablePrinter(hPDF, "Evaluation Version Developer" , "07EFCDAB0100010058EC6E6E6........
by Jim Vollmer
Wed Mar 02 2005
Forum: C/C++/C# Community
Topic: What are the supported resolutions?
Replies: 1
Views: 5500

What are the supported resolutions?

In the documentation, there are a number of resolution values specified as possible parameter values for the SetResolution function. The values in the documentation are 72, 150, 300, 600, and 1200 DPI. My question is: Are these the only supported values? If they are NOT the only values, then what ar...
by Jim Vollmer
Tue Mar 01 2005
Forum: C/C++/C# Community
Topic: New User Questions
Replies: 12
Views: 23824

Dear Joan, I do not understand your reply. When using a compiled language, there is no difference between using the decimal or hexidecimal representation of a value. Your comment for me to use the decimal encoding 4096 instead of the hexadecimal 0x1000 for ConfirmOverwrite makes no sense. The follow...
by Jim Vollmer
Fri Feb 25 2005
Forum: C/C++/C# Community
Topic: New User Questions
Replies: 12
Views: 23824

Thank you Joan, 1) A followup to question #2 above. I called SetFileNameOptions ( NoPrompt + UseFileName + ConfirmOverwrite ) twice with the same DefaultFileName. It seems that ConfirmOverwrite does nothing. The new file just overwrites the old one. Is the the expected behavior for the evaluation de...
by Jim Vollmer
Wed Feb 23 2005
Forum: C/C++/C# Community
Topic: New User Questions
Replies: 12
Views: 23824

Dear Joan, On question #4 above I need a better explaination. This is a developer's area in the forum. Your answer was directed at an "application user" not developer. My my program will generate output which will be used to create a PDF file. My program has nothing to do with MS Products ...
by Jim Vollmer
Tue Feb 22 2005
Forum: C/C++/C# Community
Topic: New User Questions
Replies: 12
Views: 23824

New User Questions

I just got the latest evaluation copy of PDF Converter version 2.50. I am using the DLL interface to create a wrapper class in C++. After reading the documentation and examining the files I downloaded, I have a number of questions: 1) The evaluation install included a cdintf.dll (1,613,824 bytes). c...