Server Release Notes 2009 R2
This article contains the release notes for ActivePDF Server 2009 R2.Note: This release is also known as SR4-R2.
Operating System RequirementsThe following software is required for full use of Server 2009 R2.
- Windows Server® 2003 32- or 64-bit edition OR
- Windows Server® 2008 32- or 64-bit edition
Note: ActivePDF does not support running Server 2009 in a Remote Desktop, Terminal Services or Citrix environment.
Hardware RequirementsThe following are minimum hardware requirements for Server 2009 R2.
- Pentium III 500-MHz or higher
- 128 MB of RAM
- 75 MB of hard disk space (for application)
FixesThe following bugs have been addressed in this release of Server 2009:
|Bug ID #||Description|
|00001380||PCLToPDF produces a blank output file. A component of Server was updated.|
|00001400||MS Mincho font is too light in appearance. A component of Server was updated.|
|00001440||Using Server to convert a .PPTX file in MS Office 2010 resulted in the following error, "There was a problem reading this document (40)". A component of Server was updated.|
|00001445||WordToPDF conversion results in distorted output (64-bit only). A component of Server was updated.|
|00001446||A PCL file caused the conversion to crash. A component of Server was updated.|
|00001447||PDF/X conversion fails when the DocTitle is not set. For PDF/X or PDF/A conversions, Server now uses the name of the output PDF if the DocTitle has not been set.|
|00001448||Snapshot files do not convert via static printers. Server checks for and removes additional data other than the filename and extension and now prevents non-octal strings from being converted via octal transformations.|
|00001449||When converting files that have multiple page orientations, all pages use the same orientation as the first page. Updated drivers to handle multiple page orientations.|
|00001455||AddLinkedPDFBookmark method uses the entire PS string as the bookmark name. Modified the Server API to place title strings in hex format for use in the ASCII PDF mark.|
|00001458||Despite being given the same input, using the SaveConfiguration method in COM and .NET results in slightly different XML output files. Set NewUniqueID to a unique sting matching the format used with the .NET control.|
|00001465||ClearEmailAttachments is misspelled in the .NET library. The function was changed from ClearEmailsAttachments to ClearEmailAttachments in the .NET library.|
|00001466||Using AddEMailBinaryAttachment in .NET results in an exception error and failure to send the email. Modified the COM service to close attachement streams after sending the email message.|
|00001467||SetGrayDownsampleThreshold is misnamed in .NET and COM objects. This method was renamed to SetGrayImageDownsampleThreshold to match the COM object equivalent.|
|00001473||FullDocumentPath returns a string with double backslashes (\) in the path name when the OutputDirectory includes a trailing backslash. Modified OutputDirectory and DefaultQueue (.NET) to check for and remove any trailing backslashes from the path.|
|00001474||The ASCIIEncode property is ignored when using .NET. In addition, it also prevents the DebugMode property from being read. Modified Server to perform a bitwise OR instead of an AND comparison.|
Deprecated CallsThe following calls have been deprecated and have been replaced by new properties:
|Deprecated Call||Replaced By|