I am interested in trying this and downloaded the package. But I can’t find any install instructions for it.
Thanks for your message, DOC to Any Converter is a command line application, please refer to following web page to study how to use DOC to Any Converter product,
Thanks. Now I have a folder with some files an folders, and a page that tells me how to use command-line.
But I still don’t see any INSTALL instructions or information about which component does what and how it should be installed/registered on the server.
My original enquiry was “Please advise which component and code to use for conversion server-side using ASP (Classic) on Windows Server 2003.”
You can call doc2any.exe from ASP code easily, please refer to Example #7, Example #8 at following web page, these examples will let you know how to call doc2any.exe from ASP code,
Example #7 and Example #8 will let you know how to launch doc2any.exe from an interactive user account, however, if you wish launch the conversion from default system user account, you need give enough permission to MS Word DCOM component, please refer to following web page to study how to set the permission to Word DCOM component,
if you have any question for the DOC to Any Converter product, you can find the solution from our Knowledge Base easily,
Ok, thanks. I ran an ASP page and converted DOC to PDF successfully but I cannot open the PDF file which is reported by Adobe Reader as being corrupt.
Then I ran a bat file…
doc2any.exe “%CD%\example.doc” “%CD%\example1.pdf”
doc2any.exe “%CD%\example.ppt” “%CD%\example2.pdf”
doc2any.exe “%CD%\example.xls” “%CD%\example3.pdf”
doc2any.exe “%CD%\example.odt” “%CD%\example4.pdf”
The PPT conversion crashed and hung at 10%, so I removed that line and just ran 1,3,4… but could only open the one converted from XLS.
Otherwise the output is corrupt. I tried to open thse PDFs on different computers but they won’t open using Adobe Reader 8 or 9.
Please add “-useprinter” and “-useoffice 1” parameters to try again, we hoping you will get it work fine with these parameters?
doc2any.exe -useprinter -useoffice 1 “%CD%\example.doc” “%CD%\example1.pdf”
doc2any.exe -useprinter -useoffice 1 “%CD%\example.ppt” “%CD%\example2.pdf”
doc2any.exe -useprinter -useoffice 1 “%CD%\example.xls” “%CD%\example3.pdf”
doc2any.exe -useprinter -useoffice 1 “%CD%\example.odt” “%CD%\example4.pdf”