forgive as I am new to direct scripting in Acrobat. I have done everything in the past in VB/ActivePDF.
So I am investigating doing this in Acrobat. I was able to successfully setup a batch process to read a TIFF in a folder, and convert it to PDF and write it to another folder.
However, I would need a way to either make it persitantly and iteratively "watch" the folder for new conversion jobs to come in, or relaunch Acrobat and automatically execute the batch process (ie: after an external process had detected 1 or more files in the watched folder) to facilitate the conversions. I would need to do this unattended.
The files generated would need to comply with ISO PDF/A for documents, and PDF/E for engineering drawings (up to 34x120 in.).
As a secondary project, we have some PDF files that was generated from a "Save As" type operation from a CAD system. The files are "viewable" but have problems including being not-viewabile in Acrobat 8, and do not stamp correctly (missing xref object on COS tree). I need to repair these, and also make them compliant with ISO PDF/E.
Please advise on if this is the correct approach and/or how to do the startup scripts on launch of Acrobat or a way to do this with Distiller.
Thanks and much appreciation.
I don't see how your question relates to InDesign — you'd better post it in Acrobat scripting forum.