V7 CommandLine save.file

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thhauck
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V7 CommandLine save.file

Post by thhauck » Fri Sep 28, 2018 6:43 am

Hi Mate's
I test the PDF-Xchange for print with use the command line options to give a filename out from my ERP-System.
But unfortunately it work's not by me.
I use:
"C:\Program Files\Tracker Software\PDF-XChange Standard\"pdfSaver.exe /SetOptions "General.Specification=PDFA-2b;Save.RunApp=false";"save.file= "xy.pdf"";"Save.Path="d:\y"" /Printer "PDF-XChange Standard"
(and some varieties)

Save.path works well but not the saver.file. Any suggestions? It ist a W10 Prof. System and I Tried in the cmd also in a batch-file.

When I use a setting file it works:
"C:\Program Files\Tracker Software\PDF-XChange Standard\"pdfSaver.exe /DumpOptions "d:\y\printer_settings.txt" /Printer "PDF-XChange Standard"
with this:
Save.File="xxyy.pdf"
Save.Path="d:\y"
Save.RunApp=0; No

But for me it would better to use the Commandline to give the filename.

Thanks

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Re: V7 CommandLine save.file

Post by Tracker Supp-Stefan » Fri Sep 28, 2018 1:43 pm

Hello thhauck,

I notice in the sample that you've given that save.file is lowercase - while the other "Save" calls are with a capital S. Could you please check if the issues is not this typing error?

Regards,
Stefan

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