Server 2009


Example code is for an older version of Server, newer code is available.
' Copyright (c) 2021 ActivePDF, Inc.
' ActivePDF Server 2009
' Example generated 04/18/21 

Imports 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.

Public Class Examples
  Sub Example()
    Dim strPath As String, intStartPrinting As Integer, intTest As Integer, intWait As Integer

    strPath = AppDomain.CurrentDomain.BaseDirectory

    ' Instantiate Object
    Dim oSVR As APServer.Server = New APServer.Server()
    ' Path and filename of output
    oSVR.OutputDirectory = strPath
    oSVR.NewDocumentName = "Test.pdf"
    ' Start the print job
    intStartPrinting = oSVR.StartPrinting()
    If intStartPrinting <> 0 Then
      ErrorHandler("StartPrinting", intStartPrinting)
    End If
    ' Here is where you can print to activePDF Server to create
    ' a PDF from any print job, set your application to print to
    ' a static activePDF Server printer or call oSVR.NewPrinterName
    ' to dynamically create a new printer on the fly
    ' This example simply calls oSVR.Test for testing purposes
    intTest = oSVR.Test("Hello World!")
    If intTest <> 0 Then
      ErrorHandler("Test", intTest)
    End If
    ' Wait(seconds) for job to complete
    intWait = oSVR.Wait(30)
    If intWait <> 0 Then
      ErrorHandler("Wait", intWait)
    End If
    ' Release Object
    oSVR = Nothing
    ' Process Complete
  End Sub
  ' Error Handling
  ' Error messages written to debug output
  Sub ErrorHandler(ByVal strMethod, ByVal RtnCode)
    WriteResults(strMethod + " error:  " + rtnCode.ToString())
  End Sub
  ' Write output data
  Sub WriteResults(content As String)
    ' Choose where to write out results
    ' Debug output
    'System.Diagnostics.Debug.WriteLine("ActivePDF: * " + content)
    ' Console
    ' Log file
    'Using tw = New System.IO.StreamWriter(AppDomain.CurrentDomain.BaseDirectory & "application.log", True)
    '   tw.WriteLine("[" + DateTime.Now.ToString("MM/dd/yyyy HH:mm:ss") + "]: => " + content)
    'End Using
  End Sub
End Class

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