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Open linked PDF-Files from a PDF-File

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Nov 17 '05 #1
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Sorry for this bad post, but I copied source-code into
the post, and the result are question marks!!

Paul
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Nov 17 '05 #2

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"Paul Kuebler" <pk******@palfinger.com> wrote
Sorry for this bad post, but I copied source-code into
the post, and the result are question marks!!


Ahhh, I was wondering what you were doing! ;-)

Try copying the code to Notepad, then copy from Notepad to here.

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Thanks,
Carl Prothman
Microsoft ASP.NET MVP
http://www.able-consulting.com

Nov 17 '05 #3

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"Paul Kuebler" <pk******@palfinger.com> wrote
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Paul,
Which tool are you using to post to the newsgroups?

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Thanks,
Carl Prothman
Microsoft ASP.NET MVP
http://www.able-consulting.com


Nov 17 '05 #4

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Nov 17 '05 #5

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Hello Carl

The last post was also with a wrong sign, which produce
the question marks. I have no idea which sign this effect
produce.

I have also no idea on which way I could post my code,
because there is the problem with the links from the PDF-
file to other PDF-files, and this links have no effect. If
I click on the link, nothing is happen.
The links are no URL's, the links are pathes on the server-
disk.
Is this possible, or must I change the pathes to URL's.

Thanks
Paul
-----Original Message-----
"Paul Kuebler" <pk******@palfinger.com> wrote
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Paul,
Which tool are you using to post to the newsgroups?

--

Thanks,
Carl Prothman
Microsoft ASP.NET MVP
http://www.able-consulting.com


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Nov 17 '05 #6

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Hello Carl

Thanks for the reply!!
I tested another way to solve my problem.
Our pdf-files are available on the net.
With the following link it's possible to open a pdf-file

http://patis.palfinger.com/ekat/5204/index.pdf

In this pdf-file are links to other pdf-files. If I
open this pdf-file the links open the other pdf-files.

I implemented following code in my ASP.NET application

string FilePath;
FilePath="http://patis.palfinger.com/ekat/5204/index.pdf";
Response.Redirect(FilePath);
Response.End();

The pdf-file is opened, but if I click on the links,
nothing is happen.

Have you any idea what's wrong in my code?

Thanks
Paul
-----Original Message-----
"Paul Kuebler" <pk******@palfinger.com> wrote in message news:02****************************@phx.gbl...
Hello Carl

I posted with MS IE 6.0.2 and Mozilla 1.4.
The last post was also with a wrong sign, which produce
the question marks. I have no idea which sign this effect produce.


Try using Outlook Express (which is what I'm using).
Or you can try the Community Newsgroup via IE
http://msdn.microsoft.com/newsgroups/

I have also no idea on which way I could post my code,
because there is the problem with the links from the PDF- file to other PDF-files, and this links have no effect. If I click on the link, nothing is happen.
The links are no URL's, the links are pathes on the server- disk. Is this possible, or must I change the pathes to URL's.


Since folks are viewing the PDF via a browser, then I

believe youwill need to put in a URL to each pdf file if you want the hyperlinkto work correctly. e.g. http://mywebsite/pdf/myfile.pdf wherethe pdf directory and pdf file(s) are under your web directory.
If you are still having problems with the code try posting your code(again) using one of techiques above, and I'll take a look...
--

Thanks,
Carl Prothman
Microsoft ASP.NET MVP
http://www.able-consulting.com


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Nov 17 '05 #7

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Hello Carl

Thanks for your reply!!

The link on the Web works, but if I start an ASP.NET
application with the implemented code:

string FilePath;
FilePath="http://patis.palfinger.com/ekat/5204/index.pdf";
Response.Redirect(FilePath);
Response.End();

The first PDF file is opened, but the links to the other
PDF-Files don't work.

Thanks for help
Paul

-----Original Message-----
Paul,
I opened the PDF file below and clicked on the links, which took me to the new PDF.So the links appear to be working.

e.g.
I clicked on the link below
http://patis.palfinger.com/ekat/5204/index.pdf
the file open in IE

Then I clicked on the first line, which took me to
http://patis.palfinger.com/seiten/60198974.pdf

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Thanks,
Carl Prothman
Microsoft ASP.NET MVP
http://www.able-consulting.com
"Paul Kuebler" <pk******@palfinger.com> wrote in message

news:03****************************@phx.gbl...
Hello Carl

Thanks for the reply!!
I tested another way to solve my problem.
Our pdf-files are available on the net.
With the following link it's possible to open a pdf-file

http://patis.palfinger.com/ekat/5204/index.pdf

In this pdf-file are links to other pdf-files. If I
open this pdf-file the links open the other pdf-files.

I implemented following code in my ASP.NET application

string FilePath;
FilePath="http://patis.palfinger.com/ekat/5204/index.pdf"; Response.Redirect(FilePath);
Response.End();

The pdf-file is opened, but if I click on the links,
nothing is happen.

Have you any idea what's wrong in my code?

Thanks
Paul
>-----Original Message-----
>"Paul Kuebler" <pk******@palfinger.com> wrote in message
news:02****************************@phx.gbl...
>> Hello Carl
>>
>> I posted with MS IE 6.0.2 and Mozilla 1.4.
>> The last post was also with a wrong sign, which
produce >> the question marks. I have no idea which sign this

effect
>> produce.
>>
>
>Try using Outlook Express (which is what I'm using).
>Or you can try the Community Newsgroup via IE
>http://msdn.microsoft.com/newsgroups/
>
>
>> I have also no idea on which way I could post my code, >> because there is the problem with the links from the

PDF-
>> file to other PDF-files, and this links have no

effect. If
>> I click on the link, nothing is happen.
>> The links are no URL's, the links are pathes on the

server-
>> disk. Is this possible, or must I change the pathes
to URL's.
>>
>
>Since folks are viewing the PDF via a browser, then I

believe you
>will need to put in a URL to each pdf file if you want

the hyperlink
>to work correctly. e.g.

http://mywebsite/pdf/myfile.pdf where
>the pdf directory and pdf file(s) are under your web

directory.
>
>If you are still having problems with the code try

posting your code
>(again) using one of techiques above, and I'll take a

look...
>
>--
>
>Thanks,
>Carl Prothman
>Microsoft ASP.NET MVP
>http://www.able-consulting.com
>
>
>
>
>.
>

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Nov 17 '05 #8

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"Paul Kuebler" <pk******@palfinger.com> wrote
The link on the Web works, but if I start an ASP.NET
application with the implemented code:
string FilePath;
FilePath="http://patis.palfinger.com/ekat/5204/index.pdf";
Response.Redirect(FilePath);
Response.End();
The first PDF file is opened, but the links to the other
PDF-Files don't work.


Paul,
Right, the above code will not change the hyperlink paths in the PDF file.
The hyperlinks in the PDF file need to be correct before being sending
the file out to the browser.

In my second reply on this thread, I posted some sample server-side code
which would open up a PDF file on the server, make some changes to it (TDB),
then write out the bits to the IIS Response stream. Did you try that code?

--

Thanks,
Carl Prothman
Microsoft ASP.NET MVP
http://www.able-consulting.com


Nov 17 '05 #9

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"Paul Kuebler" <pk******@palfinger.com> wrote
The link on the Web works, but if I start an ASP.NET
application with the implemented code:
string FilePath;
FilePath="http://patis.palfinger.com/ekat/5204/index.pdf";
Response.Redirect(FilePath);
Response.End();
The first PDF file is opened, but the links to the other
PDF-Files don't work.


Paul,
Right, the above code will not change the hyperlink paths in the PDF file.
The hyperlinks in the PDF file need to be correct before being sending
the file out to the browser.

In my second reply on this thread, I posted some sample server-side code
which would open up a PDF file on the server, make some changes to it (TDB),
then write out the bits to the IIS Response stream. Did you try that code?

--

Thanks,
Carl Prothman
Microsoft ASP.NET MVP
http://www.able-consulting.com


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