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by JeffreyHunt
Wed May 08 2013
Forum: Amyuni PDF Converter (PDF Printer Driver)
Topic: Zero byte PDFs created
Replies: 1
Views: 3071

Zero byte PDFs created

Hello, I have an existing program we have been running on a desktop hitting data on a windows server and everything is running fine. We decided to move the process up onto the server and have it run via a scheduled task. Inside GPEDIT I turned off the limitation so I could install the printer driver...
by JeffreyHunt
Wed Mar 06 2013
Forum: Amyuni PDF Converter (PDF Printer Driver)
Topic: Which Version do I need?
Replies: 1
Views: 2535

Which Version do I need?

Hello, We create hundreds of PDFs for several clients each year. These PDFs are created via custom Foxpro programs running on our WebServer. These programs are not distributed to our clients, they are simply a tool for us to use to create these PDFs. Since we are not developing software for sale I'm...
by JeffreyHunt
Wed Feb 01 2012
Forum: Visual FoxPro Community
Topic: Command Line
Replies: 1
Views: 3791

Command Line

I am currently using Foxpro as both the database and for the programming language. Using Liveware Publishings R&R Report Works being called from Foxpro to run reports generated by R&R. These tools allow us to create PDFs from our Foxpro porgram using a report we designed in R&R. The Amyuni PDF Creat...
by JeffreyHunt
Wed Feb 01 2012
Forum: Amyuni PDF Converter (PDF Printer Driver)
Topic: All PDFs are 0 bytes
Replies: 2
Views: 4143

Re: All PDFs are 0 bytes

Rich, thanks for your reply. We are running Widowns Server 2003 standard edition on both the old and the newer servers, so no 64-bit.
Jeff.
by JeffreyHunt
Tue Jan 31 2012
Forum: Amyuni PDF Converter (PDF Printer Driver)
Topic: All PDFs are 0 bytes
Replies: 2
Views: 4143

All PDFs are 0 bytes

Hello, I am running and old version 1.59, which is running fine on several pc's and one server. I've reciently installed it on a newer server, the install worked fine, yet all of my PDF have a 0 byte length. When I look at the STAT file is shows Pages=0, so 0 bytes does makes sense, however, I'm usi...