PDFPrint return code or error code

Does your PDFPrint application work with 64-bit Windows 2008 (R1)?

Regards,
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Yes, our PDFPrint Command Line product does support 64-bit Windows 2008 (R1) system, that's no problem.

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Hi,

I am trying to run the pdfprint.exe command from a PL/SQL program and the pdfprint.exe returns an %ERRORLEVEL% value of -5.  Can you tell me what %ERRORLEVEL% -5 indicates?

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I figured out what -5 meant (can't find file), but I would like to know what a return code (ERRORLEVEL) of -13 means please.
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Hi,

Please refer to following return values,

Return values:
   0: Print PDF file successfully.
-10: PDFPrint Library is damaged.
-11: Something is wrong in the command line options.
-101: Can't start "spooler" service, please start "spooler" service from Service Manager by manual.
  -4: Can't locate specify printer in this computer.
-12: Can't open specify printer.
-13: Something is wrong when set options to printer.
  -5: No input PDF file for printing.
   9: Password Required to open this PDF file.
Other values: Something is wrong during render PDF file.

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2 Responses to PDFPrint return code or error code

  1. Sean Allen says:

    I was using the pdfprintsdk.dll, and received a return value of 3, can you please tell me what a return value of 3 means?

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    • VeryPDF says:

      Thanks for your message, return value of 3 is meaning "Undefined Error Result, divide by 0 or others", if possible, please email your sample PDf file to us at support@verypdf.com, after we checked your sample PDF file, we will figure out a solution to you asap.

      You can also try to use following command lines to print your PDF file, we hoping the following command lines will work fine for you,

      pdfprint.exe -shell C:\test.pdf
      pdfprint.exe -shell2 C:\test.pdf
      pdfprint.exe -raster2 C:\test.pdf

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