Implementing PDF Converter 3.0 in PB 5.0 App

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kmcphail
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Implementing PDF Converter 3.0 in PB 5.0 App

Post by kmcphail » Fri Jan 11 2008

We have a customer who has an old PowerBuilder 5.0 application (they do not want to spend the $$ to upgrade to a current version) that uses PDF Converter v2.06 and worked fine until Vista came along. They want to use this app with Vista so we need to upgrade the PDF Converter to v3.0.

Has anyone done this successfully? No laughing!

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Post by Joan » Tue Jan 15 2008

Hello,

I didn't really get your question. But you need to use version 3.0 of the PDF Converter with Vista or at least you need to use a version old than 2.50-d

Version 3.02 that is currently online is signed for Vista.

There is one known issue about the installation under Vista, you will need to install the PDF Printer to a new port instead of to the LPT1: port.
This issue is being look at by our team.

Hope this helps.
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Post by kmcphail » Tue Jan 15 2008

My question is has anyone successfully implemented PDF Converter v3.0 in a PowerBuilder 5.0 application?

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Post by Joan » Tue Jan 15 2008

Well I can't be of much help with this myself. When i started using Powerbuilder it was version 7. I never tried version 5 at all.

I hope some powerbuilder developers visiting this forum will be able to help you.
Custom Brand the Amyuni PDF Printer Driver http://www.amyuni.com/en/developer/branding/index.html

Amyuni PDF Converter tested for true PDF performance. View results - http://www.amyuni.com/benchmark

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