I am contracting a web designer to develop a content management site based on the the display of PDF's. One of the design requirement I requested was that when printing a pdf that the PDF wasn't loaded in Acrobat (or another screen) to be printed, but was directly printed from file. My web developer was not able to do this so I am doing research as to how to satisfy my design requirements.
I came across your web page and wonder if it will do what I require.
Is it just based on windows printers (what about mac's)?
Does it also matter what browsers visitors are viewing the website with?
I asked my web designer to give a brief description of the problem.
"To print a PDF document that is not by default rendered on the page.
To try and achieve this, the PDF document was hidden in an iframe
Our issue is that we can not find a reliable solution that will work across all browsers,
and it is even unreliable within browser types."
Is your product able to assist me with my research. And solve our problem with printing PDF's from a browser.
>>Is it just based on windows printers (what about mac's)?
Yes, it is based on Windows Printer, it doesn't support Mac system.
>>Does it also matter what browsers visitors are viewing the website with?
>>Is your product able to assist me with my research. And solve our problem
>>with printing PDF's from a browser.
You can call our PDFPrint Command Line from your web application directly, please download "EXEShell COM Library" from following web page to try,
Set comEXEShell = Server.CreateObject("exeshell.shell")
comEXEShell.RunCommandLine "Administrator", "123456", "C:\test\pdfprint.exe C:\test\test.pdf"
Set comEXEShell = Nothing