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Problems with Saving as PDF using XSL-FO

2 posts in iAnywhere General Discussion (Chinese) Last posting was on 2004-08-09 14:17:10.0Z
Daniel Cotrim Posted on 2004-08-09 14:04:09.0Z
From: "Daniel Cotrim" <cotrim@medicware.com>
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Hi! I'm developing a web application using ASP, COM+ and PB. I
instaciated one objet in the COM that I can call from ASP. This object
receives by argument a blob with informations to construct a Datawindow,
then save this datawindow to PDF using XSL-FO. the problem is when i call
this function twice. The first time it works, but the second time it
doesn't. I didn't have the same problem with Saving as PDF using the distill
method, but i need to use the java process rather than the Microsoft GDI .
I've tried to fix this problems in many ways, but I didn't havee success.
I'm waiting for suggests.


Raymond Kwong Posted on 2004-08-09 14:17:10.0Z
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There are plenty of :PowerBuilder newsgroup resources around eg.
sybase.public.powerbuilder.database,
sybase.public.powerbuilder.connectivity,
sybase.public.powerbuilder.datawindow .... etc. that would adaquately serve
your needs.

Could you please refrain from posting in this newsgroup, as this newsgroup
deals only with iAnywhere products and PowerBuilder is not one of them.

Thank you.

"Daniel Cotrim" <cotrim@medicware.com> wrote in message
news:41178459@forums-1-dub...
> Hi! I'm developing a web application using ASP, COM+ and PB. I
> instaciated one objet in the COM that I can call from ASP. This object
> receives by argument a blob with informations to construct a Datawindow,
> then save this datawindow to PDF using XSL-FO. the problem is when i call
> this function twice. The first time it works, but the second time it
> doesn't. I didn't have the same problem with Saving as PDF using the
distill
> method, but i need to use the java process rather than the Microsoft GDI
.
> I've tried to fix this problems in many ways, but I didn't havee success.
> I'm waiting for suggests.
>
>