Server Release Notes 2013.1.1.15090
Server 2013 R1.1 Build 2013.1.1.15090
This article contains the software release notes for ActivePDF Server 2013 R1.1 (2013.1.1.15090). This release includes bug fixes.
- Software Requirements
- Hardware Requirements
- Known Bugs
- Bug Fixes
- Installation and Getting Started
- API Reference
The following software is required to successfully use ActivePDF Server.
- Windows Server® 2008, 2008R2
- Windows Server® 2012 R2
- Microsoft® .NET 4.0 (Installed by Server if not detected on your system.)
The minimum hardware requirements for ActivePDF Server are:
- 246 MB of RAM
- 170 MB of hard disk space (for application)
When a bug is fixed, it is moved to the Bug Fixes table.
NOTE: Even if a workaround exists, the bug may be fixed in a later release.
|2477||File specific: When the PCL file is converted, the output PDF does not display color or symbol characters as expected.||No workaround available.|
|2957||File specific: After a PCL to PDF conversion, the output PDF has several issues, including blank pages, a misaligned table, and incorrect font.||No workaround available.|
|VBScript: Japanese OS: When using ConvertImageToPDF and ConvertPSToPDF with a file path that has Japanese characters, the conversion fails.||No workaround available.|
|4521||File specific: When the PostScript file with layers is converted, the layers are not preserved in the output PDF.||No workaround available.|
|4654||When SetInfo is used to include Author and Keyword metadata and a comma is included in the information, double quotes are added to the Author and Keyword metadata in the output PDF.||No workaround available.|
The following bugs were resolved.
|2||If SubsetFonts was disabled, the 3of9 barcode font was rendered as squares.||This was resolved, and the barcode font now converts as expected.|
|4||When font from an output PDF was copied and pasted into a Microsoft Word document, the font family changed.||Text pasted into the Microsoft Word document now uses the correct font.|
|2867||The Search function in the output PDF did not search through the entire document.||The Search function now searches the entire PDF.|
|3363||COM: When NewPrinterName was used to create a new printer, and SetPrintAsDefault was called, the Default printer was set instead of the new printer.||SetPrinterAsDefault now uses the NewPrinterName property.|
|3662||Configuration Manager (UI): Saving alphanumeric fields with special characters (for example, ! @ # $) caused unpredictable behavior.||Configuration Manager now allows special characters to be used in text input fields.|
|When LinearizePDF or LinearizeDocument (Deprecated) was used with BeginPrintToPDF, StartPrinting, TestPrintToPDF, PSToPDF or ConvertPSToPDF, the conversion failed.||The messagebox call was removed from the Linearize functionality, and now output is generated as expected.|
|3746||PDF/A format: When BeginPrintToPDF or TestPrintToPDF was used with AddStampText, the output PDF was blank.||This issue was resolved and now output is generated as expected.|
|3962||When ConvertImageToPDF was used with ImpersonateUser, an error was returned.||Impersonation check/values were added to ConvertImageToPDF API (for both .NET and COM), and now ImpersonateUser functions as expected.|
|4352||COM: When using EndPrintToPDF with output paths that contained Unicode fonts, a -2 error (FileNotFound) was returned.||The HTTP response did not set the content type to text/xml, charset to UTF-8 properly.
This was corrected, and file paths with Unicode characters function as expected.
|4366||When an XPS file was converted with its fonts embedded, the Font Properties description in the output PDF listed the font as "Unknown".||This issue is resolved, and embedded fonts are listed as expected in the output PDF.|
Installation and Getting Started
For installation instructions and general startup information, see the Legacy Documents section for ActivePDF Server Getting Started Guide at:
See the Legacy Documents section for ActivePDF Server API Reference Guide for information about .NET and COM methods and properties at:
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