How to call PDF Print Command Line from VBScript?

I have a registered version of PDFPrint, which we run via a script created batch file. However, this wont run on our 64bit server where it needs to for terminal server users. Is it possible to run PDFPrint from a VBScript ? I use VBScript in other parts of this database system and would like to move our PDF Print parts over to it as well. All it needs to do is pint a specific PDF file to a specific printer. We do use things like your overprint facility.
 
If PDF Print cant do it, what would you suggest?
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Yes, you can call pdfprint.exe from your VBScript, that's no problem.

Please run your VBScript from administrator user account, then you will get it work, please to try.

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The VBS script works well now 🙂 very pleased.

I do have two more questions for you though.

1/ The pdfprint takes like 6 seconds to print each individual job, which over 500 invoices takes an awful long time! Is there anyway to speed it up?
Here is the command line used:

x:\ffenics\wealdenad\pdfprint\pdfprint.exe "-$" "XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX" -printermargins -raster2 -wtype 0 -wo 20 -printer "\\waserver\InvoicePrinter"
"x:\ffenics\wealdenad\pdf\invoices\90000545.pdf" -wtext ""

There was a noticeable slow down when we had to add the -raster2 line to make the pdf's print correctly.

2/ Is it possible to use pdfprint to print a pdf file, with a text overlay but make the whole lot create a new pdf file, effectively merging the old file and overlay? We create pdf invoices, and currently send out copies with 'certified Copy Invoice' over them, but need to send that via email now too, and cant do the merge. So making a new pdf from old then sending that new one as an attachment is the idea. Did that make sense?

Regards
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Thanks for your message, we haven't a good solution to improve the speed at the moment, however, you can use -shell or -shell2 parameter to try again, "-shell" or "-shell2" parameter will print your PDF files faster,

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

Our PDFPrint Command Line hasn't "overlay with another PDF file" function, your suggestion is great, we will try to implement this function in the future releases.

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Permission problem of "PDF2Image.CPDF2Image" DCOM

... and a couple of months passed, while I'm working on other projects, and I'm back to this one:

I registered the COM object with the Administrator privileges per your note of March 16.

I have an ASP page in our development site with, among others things the line:

 Set oConvPDF = Server.CreateObject("PDF2Image.CPDF2Image")

The only elements before this line are a couple of variables being initialized with strings.

Executing on a Windows 2008 R2 64 bit machine running IIS 7 returns:
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Server object error 'ASP 0178 : 80070005'
Server.CreateObject Access Error
/Vita40Test/TestPDF2Image.asp, line 12
The call to Server.CreateObject failed while checking permissions. Access is denied to this object. 
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where line 12 is the line invoking the CreateObject.  The sample code you provided didn't include the "Server." call.  Without it I got:

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Microsoft VBScript runtime error '800a0046'
Permission denied: 'CreateObject'
/Vita40Test/TestPDF2Image.asp, line 12
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I have set read/execute permissions for IUSR and IIS_IUSRS on both PDF2ImageCOM.exe and pdf2image.dll.

The folders where the sample pdf resides and where I'm telling it to write has read/write permissions for IUSR and IIS_IUSRS and other utilities read and write in those spaces ... using tmp ... routinely.

Other clues?
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You need give full control permission to Everyone user account to "PDF2Image.CPDF2Image" DCOM, please refer to following web page to more information,

http://www.verydoc.com/doc-to-any-faq.html

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PDF Tool kept asking for registration key

We kept receiving a prompt to register the Advanced PDF Tool.
I have ensured that the license keys for the GUI version and Command Line version are accepted, but it kept asking for us to register when we open the output PDF file.
This happened after we try opening up the GUI version and it was prompting for registration, we put in the key, and it started asking for registration when we open the PDF file.
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Please run Advanced PDF Tool with administrator right, input your license key, the Advanced PDF Tool will remember your license key forever.

Please notice, if you don't run Advanced PDF Tool with administrator right, Advanced PDF Tool can't remember your license key, please notice this matter.

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suppress trial messagebox in docPrint SDK product

We use docPrint Pro 5.0. We run it from a .NET program (console app) on a server where we convert in an automated fashion (scheduled task). Every so often (say once every few months) when I log on to the server, I see a message box displayed which says something along the lines of: You are using a trial version of the software, would you like to purchase it online? YES/NO.
 
When this happens it stops further processing as long as the dialog box remains displayed. Can you advise what this might be and how to stop that dialog box coming up?
 
Is there a command line option to suppress all dialog boxes? I believe sometimes we also get an error dialog box which also stops processing.

OS on the server is XP Professional 2002 SP2.
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You can purchase docPrint SDK Server License or Developer License from our website, you will get a license key after you purchased the product, please deliver this license key to docPrint SDK product, this trial dialog will be removed.

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Advanced PDF Tools support Adobe Acrobat 10 PDF files

Thanks for the offer of PDF Optimizer. I will check with our accounting to finalize the purchase process. I have a few questions?

Does PDF Optimizer supports the PDF files that generated by ADOBE Acrobat version 9 and ADOBE Acrobat version 10 ?

Since the Advanced PDF Tools can't linearize PDF documents very well, what will happen next year As long as we renew our license for Advanced PDF Tools Command Line you will give us PDF Optimizer ?
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Hi,

You mentioned that PDF Optimizer and pdf tools are supporting the pdf files that are generated by ADOBE 10.x

>>Does PDF Optimizer supports the PDF files that generated by ADOBE
>>Acrobat version 9 and ADOBE Acrobat version 10 ?

Yes, it is.

As you can see below PDFtools generated a corrupted file test123.pdf from contrat david alexandre 2011_no fast.pdf .
Also pdfopt simply failed and did not generate the linearized pdf.

I was wondering if you have a new version of pdftools or pdfopt that can handle Adobe 10.x PDF file ? If not when are you going to support ADOBE 10 ?
C:\Documents and Settings\irisadmin>pdftools -i "D:\Arun\contrat david alexandre 2011_no fast.pdf" -o "D:\Arun\test123.pdf" "-!" "True"
D:\Arun\contrat david alexandre 2011_no fast.pdf ==> D:\Arun\test123.pdf

C:\Documents and Settings\irisadmin>pdfopt "D:\Arun\contrat david alexandre 2011_no fast.pdf" "D:\Arun\test123_opt.pdf"
fail.
C:\Documents and Settings\irisadmin>

(See attached file: test123.pdf)
(See attached file: contrat david alexandre 2011_no fast.pdf)
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Hi,

Please put pdftools.exe and pdfsdk.dll into same folder, then pdftools.exe will able to process your Adobe 10 PDF files properly, please to try.

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