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Filename Prompt ?
  Posted by  Pierre Ammoun  on Wednesday, October 31, 2001 at 8:21:08 PM (EST)
How can I send the filename that will be created as a parameter ?
I'm using Visual Foxpro and would like to send the filename created automatically as a parameter !
Please , Please help

Pierre
  Posted by Peter Crown  on Sunday, November 11, 2001 at 8:38:34 PM (EST)
This is article from Knowledge base about it... simply copy na paste.

http://support.software602.com/kb/view.asp?product=pr1&article=18

Peter Crown
  Posted by Fernando Siochi  on Thursday, November 29, 2001 at 2:37:44 PM (EST)
I made the changes in the registry. The dialog box is suppressed. The resulting pdf file is called "document.pdf" and resides in the system directory.

I cant get the default directory to work. The PDF_NoDlgDestDir was set as REG_SZ like the PDF_DestDir in the registry even though the documentation suggests DWORD. Maybe someone can explain how this should work.

I have managed a work around - copy and rename the file in the target directory.

I implemented this using Visual FoxPro 3.0. I need to write to the registry each time I need to print without the dialog box - documentation did say that it resets the value to 0xffffffff. I also needed to add a delay to allow the print job to finish before copying the file.

I am satisfied that I have a solution. It is not as elegant as it could be but it does work.
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