We have a client using VeryPDF. They were running into a port conflict with another application that also uses port #61111.
We have modified the command that launches PCLTOOL to use the -port option. Our command is:
pcltool.exe -$ xxxxxxxxxxx -port 62345 -templateatbottom -template overlay.pdf input.pcl output.pdf
However, when we run this command we still get:
[Port: 61111] There has one instance is converting.....
I have also attempted the following as a means of recreating the problem:
From a separate command prompt I launch the PCLTOOL help function by issuing the command "pcltool", and allowing the program to sit at the "press any key to continue prompt".
In a separate window I then enter the command from above, referencing port 62345. This command hangs with the 61111 message indicating that the conversion is taking place.
If I close the help in the first command window, then the second command window proceeds. But presumably it is using port 61111 and not 62345.
Finally, I tried the same test, but issuing the command "pcltool -port 62345" in the first command window to launch the help.
When I attempted to enter the conversion command in the second command window I still received the error regarding port 61111.
So, either the -port option does not work, or there's something about the -port command that I do not understand and have not implemented properly.
Are you able to provide any insight into the problem?
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