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Old March 3rd, 2011, 04:21 PM
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Default Re: OnNewOutputFile error

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Originally Posted by aronallenson View Post
I am running into the same error but no output file is produced.
This occurs when I turn on PDF security.
Sorry, that is a different bug, one about which I was not aware.

This bug doesn't have anything to do with the OnNewOutputFile rule. You'll get the same crash if you have the "Output to multiple files" box checked and you're using PDF Security, regardless of whether you're trying to rename the output file in OnNewOutputFile or doing preprocessing. Apparently that particular combination of features (output to multiple files with PDF security) is not covered in our QA testing.

I've entered case FP-11516 regarding this issue, and we'll make sure it gets fixed in the 7.2 release. (Actually, I've already fixed it.)

In the meantime, you'll have to either not use security or output to a single file. Or you can compose to a non-PDF-based output format (which ignores the PDF Security settings). If these workarounds are not acceptable, please contact Support and they will escalate the issue.
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Originally Posted by aronallenson View Post
If I turn off PDF security, I get the same response as is written above.
That's just the aforementioned reporting bug (FP-11499), which is harmless, although that's targeted for a fix in 7.2 as well.
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