Issues with PDF Creator for Silverlight

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Issues with PDF Creator for Silverlight

Postby cthomson on Tue Feb 08 2011

Hi there,

I've downloaded a trial version of PDF Creator and PDF for Silverlight. I'm currently trying to use the server side code in a webservice.

I can successfully load a pdf to the creator object and optmise but when trying to access the underlying XAML attribute it returns null.

Code example as follows:


Dim acpdf As New Amyuni.PDFCreator.IacDocument()

acpdf.SetLicenseKey("Amyuni PDF Creator .NET Evaluation", "07EFCDAB...F3D7B1B")

Dim fln As New FileStream(Server.MapPath("mypdf.pdf"), FileMode.Open, FileAccess.Read)
acpdf.OpenEx(fln, "")

acpdf.Attribute("PageSequenceStr").Value = ""

Dim o = acpdf.Attribute("XAML").Value // Returns null

Is the trial version limited in that pdf creator will not return the compressed XAML? Or am I missing something...

Any help would be appreciated.
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Re: Issues with PDF Creator for Silverlight

Postby Jose on Fri Apr 29 2011


The issue you are encountering is being caused because the “License to” and “Activation Code” values are incorrect or commented out.
Below are evaluation values that you can use.

//var b = acpdf.SetLicenseKey("Silverlight Evaluation", "07EFCDAB...8E7E085619");
acpdf.SetLicenseKey("Silverlight Evaluation", "07EFCDAB01000100D4F1764524E1760C4B8D6F736CDACF64D61974D59D46C422156936E39CB79AE221B5E13C3FD42F20B663D4B58FC1");

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