PDFCreatorViewer and C++ .NET

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PDFCreatorViewer and C++ .NET

Post by ASRoden » Fri Jun 16 2006

Hi

We are compiling our code with the MS Visual C++ .NET.

I downloaded the PDFCreatorViewer sample code, and let the Dev Studio convert it. It compiles but will not open or create any documents.
I have PDF Converter version 2.50g and PDF Creator version 2.0g

Has anyone else had this problem, or been able to overcome it? It would help tremendously for me to Interface the ActiveX control with our code if I can see the sample working correctly...

Thanks.

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Post by Joan » Mon Jun 19 2006

Hello,

You can download and try our C# technical note from the technical notes page at our site.

I prepared this sample and it should work properly.

I am not sure which sample you are mentioning. Also i suggest that you download our latest version of the PDF Creator 2.01.

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Post by ASRoden » Mon Jun 19 2006

The sample program was in PDF_Creator_Viewer.zip
I downloaded the licensed version of the Converter/Creator suite.
Where can I find the PDF Creator version 2.0g you are referring to?

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Post by ASRoden » Mon Jun 19 2006

I will try the C# example, the problem is our product code is all C++ and we are not about to change it, so I need to be able to interface your ActiveX control in C++ in this version of the Dev Studio.

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Post by ASRoden » Tue Jun 20 2006

When I try to view the Dialog Boxes in the resource veiwer I get "The ActiveX control {ID-NUMBER} is not registered on your system..." DO I have to have a specific version of the DLLs to make this example program run?

I have the control working on a small non-mfc sample application. I am now tryiung to figure out how to implement the Toolbar menus...

Any help or direction would be greatly appreciated.

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