2 Replies Latest reply on Oct 9, 2006 9:15 AM by Newsgroup_User

    PDF to SWF?

    Level 7
      I need to convert pdf's to swf's on the CF server systematically. Any way to
      do that? Can Flashpaper do this somehow?


        • 1. Re: PDF to SWF?
          Level 7
          <cfobject type="com" name="FlashPaper" class="FlashPaperConnect2.object.2"
          action="create">
          <cfset FlashPaper.BeginConversion("c:\source.doc or source.pdf or
          source.xls","c:\destination.swf",0,210,297)>

          For this, you need to have the DLL FlashPaperConnect.dll registered
          successfully on the coldFusion server.
          The dll file is registered when you install Macromedia Contribute 3 or DWMX
          8

          "Bill Horvath" <bill@thisandthat.com> wrote in message
          news:efu0ga$btb$1@forums.macromedia.com...
          > I need to convert pdf's to swf's on the CF server systematically. Any way
          to
          > do that? Can Flashpaper do this somehow?
          >
          >


          • 2. Re: PDF to SWF?
            Level 7
            Thanks Darshan! We've got it working via some Applescript.

            Bill

            "Darshan Oza." <darshan@aworkflow.com> wrote in message
            news:egdau0$d5e$1@forums.macromedia.com...
            > <cfobject type="com" name="FlashPaper" class="FlashPaperConnect2.object.2"
            > action="create">
            > <cfset FlashPaper.BeginConversion("c:\source.doc or source.pdf or
            > source.xls","c:\destination.swf",0,210,297)>
            >
            > For this, you need to have the DLL FlashPaperConnect.dll registered
            > successfully on the coldFusion server.
            > The dll file is registered when you install Macromedia Contribute 3 or
            DWMX
            > 8
            >
            > "Bill Horvath" <bill@thisandthat.com> wrote in message
            > news:efu0ga$btb$1@forums.macromedia.com...
            > > I need to convert pdf's to swf's on the CF server systematically. Any
            way
            > to
            > > do that? Can Flashpaper do this somehow?
            > >
            > >
            >
            >