Using Ghostscript to Convert PostScript to PDF you need to open the command line and run the GhostScript executable (). already exists”) End If ‘convert Dim myProcInfo As New ProcessStartInfo me = “C:\Program Files\GhostScript\” myProcInfo. : FailedToExecuteCommand `”C:/Program Files 1 true 5

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As a workaround the PDF interpreter applies an additional substitution method when a requested CID font resource is not gswi3n2c.exe and it is not available. To specify these, you must use PostScript, either by including it in the PostScript source or gswun32c.exe passing the -c command-line parameter to ghostscript as described in Limitations below. Some servers do not implement bitmap or pixmap displaying properly.

This means you must exercise caution when using this switch, and probably should not use it at all when processing a mixture of PostScript and PDF files on the same command line. As noted above, input files are normally specified on the command line. Please help, I am in big mess. All the normal switches and procedures for interpreting PostScript files also apply to PDF files, with a few exceptions.

That way we can see the original question plus your new code. This site uses cookies.

To select the resolution on such a printer, use the -r switch:. A way to know the error is to gswinn32c.exe the gswin32c window. Default value is true.


ps2pdf: PostScript-to-PDF converter

In addition to the device parameters recognized by all devicesGhostscript’s X driver provides parameters to adjust its performance.

Many developers wish to use their own proprietary-based format for spot color management. Hi Viruddhi, Though I have not implemented this through a Web application, but it should work with both Windows Application and Web application.

Then we create a new Process, with the gswin32c.ede StartInfo:.

Note that even although the system parameters are named “somethingDir”, they are not just plain directory names: This also requires that the input be from stdin, otherwise an error will result Error: Therefore GenericResourceDir may be considered as a place where new resources to be installed.

One is for selecting the file to convert and the second convert calls the two functions concurrrently. SGI in place of Fontmap or Fontmap.

GhostScript for DOS

Some specialized printer drivers operate this way as well, but most devices are general and need to be directed to a particular file or printer. On the streams point, the command provided has to be executed to get the output. Sign up using Facebook. I tried but the converttpPS section throws an error saying there is no application associated with the file.

This can complicate substitutions for fonts with non-Roman names. This is only valid when using littleCMS for color management. The command above is wrong due to HTML formatting issues.


The code is working gswon32c.exe in Windows environmet but not in Web Environment. If someone has the problem, that on a server deployed application isn’t able to create a ps file, then that may seriously be a problem with user restrictions on the server. This may be useful for debugging. If you are using direct screen output, redirect Ghostscript’s terminal output to a file.

Also, on Solaris 2.

The actual printed page may include printing marks that fall outside the bleed box. Special instructions to be inserted into C code for generating the output.

Some files have a TrimBox that is smaller than the MediaBox and may include white space, registration or cutting marks outside the CropBox. Instead this option takes a string, which is first compared against the OutputConditionIdentifier in each OutputIntent in the array. You can set the output device and process a file from the interactive prompt as well:. The executable gswin32c is usually the better option since it uses the native command prompt window.

In the table below, the first column is a debugging switch, the second is an equivalent switch if any and the third is its usage.