Server 2009

CompatabilityLevel

Example code is for an older version of Server, newer code is available.
// Copyright (c) 2019 ActivePDF, Inc.
// ActivePDF Server 2009
// Example generated 09/16/19 

using System;

// Make sure to add the ActivePDF product .NET DLL(s) to your application.
// .NET DLL(s) are typically found in the products 'bin' folder.

class Examples
{
  public static void Example()
  {
    string strPath;
    int intPCLToPDF;
    
    strPath = System.AppDomain.CurrentDomain.BaseDirectory;

    // Instantiate Object
    APServer.Server oSVR = new APServer.Server();
    
    // Specify the PDF version for the created PDF
    // 0 = PDF Specification 1.3 (Default)
    // 1 = PDF Specification 1.4
    // 2 = PDF Specification 1.5
    oSVR.CompatabilityLevel = 1;
    
    // Convert PCL file into PDF
    intPCLToPDF = oSVR.PCLToPDF(strPath + "PCL.pcl", strPath + "CompatabilityLevel.pdf");
    if (intPCLToPDF != 0)
    {
      ErrorHandler("PCLToPDF", intPCLToPDF);
    }
    
    // Release Object
    oSVR = null;
    
    // Process Complete
    WriteResults("Done!");
  }
  
  // Error Handling
  public static void ErrorHandler(string strMethod, object rtnCode)
  {
    WriteResults(strMethod + " error:  " + rtnCode.ToString());
  }
  
  // Write output data
  public static void WriteResults(string content)
  {
    // Choose where to write out results
  
    // Debug output
    //System.Diagnostics.Debug.WriteLine("ActivePDF: * " + content);
  
    // Console
    Console.WriteLine(content);
  
    // Log file
    //using (System.IO.TextWriter writer = new System.IO.StreamWriter(System.AppDomain.CurrentDomain.BaseDirectory + "application.log", true))
    //{
    //    writer.WriteLine("[" + DateTime.Now.ToString("MM/dd/yyyy HH:mm:ss") + "]: => " + content);
    //}
  }
}

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