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There’s still some work to be done. Calling Acrobat file from WScript.
In this case, the object is loaded to the TestComplete process:. I see this set in a lot of places e. Activex componet can not create object: Some methods may have acticexobject of the enumeration type or some methods or properties may return a value of the enumeration type.
Working With COM Objects
And adibe there side-effects of deleting it? Wednesday, April 4, 5: If a COM object functions within the process of its client application, it is an in-process object. Is this possible at all?
Applies to TestComplete Buy Contact Blog Community Login. Obtain an in-process COM object by using the Sys. Remove From My Forums.
Thursday, October 21, 6: For example, a method can have the following declaration: You can call this sample method only if the parameters are declared in the following way:. OleObject property or the getActiveXObject method:. When you are working with COM objects from scripts, the scripting engine does not have access to the type library of this object. To access these objects, you need to have access to the internals of their client applications: Buy Contact Blog Community Log in.
Shell ActiveX object Interesting. COM objects function as a server and applications that use them function as a client. If you are going to call methods that use parameters passed by reference, keep in mind the following:.
The “default” registry entry points to my Acrobat installation, and this entry exists for both Acrobat 5 and 6.
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I too have an issue where I’ve developed around adobe viewer, using standard web fonts these scaled perfectly and crisply in IE6,7,8 but in IE9 they are pixelated when printed but view fine. Having said that, it renders a bit differently, it might not look as good as the Adobe plug-in viewer.