Ladies and gentlemen,
We are a Software-OEM and offer products to Customers. Currently we are working on a program to output PDF-files to Windows printers. We found your website and read about your product "VeryPDF PDF Print Command Line".
According to the documentation, most of the features we are looking for, are covered by this product. However there are three issues we would like to ask you about:
1. Several paper sizes in one document
As far as we understand the documentation, only one paper size per document is supported (i.e. the size of the first page of the PDF file). The files we have to print have different paper sizes (The documents include technical drawings in a wide range of formats). We need a way to set the paper size (and the related information like paper bin) for each page of the document individually.
2. Windows print job id
As a return parameter we need the ID of the Windows print job, to be able to monitor the job until it is finished.
3. Cancel print job in spooler
We also need the ability to cancel a print job from our software.
Are these features supported in your software? If not, would you offer them as enhancements? How much would these features cost?
In your price list you mention a software development kit. Could you provide further information on this?
PDFPrint Command Line will resize all PDF pages to fit printer's paper size automatically, it will also rotate landscape PDF pages automatically, you needn't change the paper size to each page during printing.
PDFPrint SDK Version is a DLL Library for Developers, you can call PDFPrint SDK from your code to print the PDF files directly. PDFPrint SDK and PDFPrint Command Line are two different products for different users.
>>2. Windows print job id
>>As a return parameter we need the ID of the Windows print job, to be able to monitor the job until it is finished.
>>3. Cancel print job in spooler
>>We also need the ability to cancel a print job from our software.
>>Are these features supported in your software? If not, would you offer them as enhancements? How much would these features cost?
Our PDFPrint Command Line product hasn't above functions now, however, we are planning suppot above functions in the future releases, we will let you know after new version is ready.