Trying to make some tests with your technology
Converting form and the pdf2vec.exe
It runs fine in my windows 7 desktop computer, but fails in Windows Server 2008 R2..
No error message.
Appreciate your help.
Information recorded in the eventlog
Faulting application name: pdf2vec.exe, version: 184.108.40.206, time stamp: 0x4bad956b
Faulting module name: pdftoolsdk.dll, version: 220.127.116.11, time stamp: 0x4a44259c
Exception code: 0xc0000005
Fault offset: 0x000f9001
Faulting process id: 0x2ff4
Faulting application start time: 0x01cc3693ae3b12a3
Faulting application path: C:\Users\mlen\Desktop\pdf2vec_cmd\pdf2vec_cmd\pdf2vec.exe
Faulting module path: C:\Users\mlen\Desktop\pdf2vec_cmd\pdf2vec_cmd\pdftoolsdk.dll
Report Id: ec8762af-a286-11e0-a273-00155d013213
Please turn off DEP for "pdf2vec.exe" application to try again, please refer to following steps about how to turn off DEP in your system,
1. Click "Start"
2. Select "Control Panel"
3. Select "System"
4. Click the "Advanced" tab
5. In the "Performance" region select "Settings"
6. Click the "Data Execute" tab in the dialog box that opens
7. Select "Turn on DEP for all programs and services except for those I select"
8. Click "Add"
9. The open dialog box will open. Browse and select "pdf2vec.exe" application in your computer,
10. Click "Open"
11. Click "Apply"
12. Click "Ok"
OK, you can run "pdf2vec.exe" without any problem now, please to try.
Can I run parallel processes or threads in the same machine, converting from pdf to xps?
Yes, you can run multiple instances of PDF2Vector on same machine to convert more PDF files to XPS files at same time, that’s no problem.
Thanks it work,
Is there any way I can call a DLL directly through .Net C# or I need to convert only through the command line.
Other question: is there a way to convert from XPS to PDF?
>>Is there any way I can call a DLL directly through .Net C# or I need to convert only through the command line.
You can call "PDF to Vector Converter SDK" from our website to try,
You can call "PDF to Vector Converter SDK" from C# code easily, please refer to following sample code,
/// Summary description for Class1.
/// The main entry point for the application.
static void Main(string args)
strCmd = "pdf2vec" & " -$" & " XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX"
strCmd = strCmd & " d:\temp\11.pdf"
strCmd = strCmd & " C:\out.swf"
nRet = VeryPDF_PDF2Vector(strCmd);
[DllImport("pdf2vec.dll", EntryPoint="VeryPDF_PDF2Vector", SetLastError=true,
public static extern int VeryPDF_PDF2Vector(string strCommandLine);
You can also refer to detailed C# examples in the pdf2vec_sdk.zip package.
>>Other question: is there a way to convert from XPS to PDF?
Yes, you can use our XPS to PDF Converter Command Line to convert XPS file to PDF file, XPS to PDF Converter Command Line can be downloaded from following web page,
I was testing verydoc. I have some questions.
Do it can't detect Japanese or Chinese fonts?. When I use a pdf with ckj languages, it only brings me images.
There is another things. When I open multiple instances of the app. It opens splwow64.exe too, and I would think it close when the app close, but it didn't.
>>Do it can't detect Japanese or Chinese fonts?. When I use a pdf with ckj languages, it only brings me images.
XPS to PDF doesn't support Japanese and Chinese fonts in the current version, we are planning support CJK languages in the future releases.
>>There is another things. When I open multiple instances of the app. It
>>opens splwow64.exe too, and I would think it close when the app close, but it didn't.
splwow64.exe is controlled by Windows system, it is not launched by our XPS to PDF Converter, we can do nothing to splwow64.exe, please understand.