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Crystal Report to PDF with Password

Posted on 2010-11-21
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Hi

I have a number of Complex Crystal Reports which need outputting to PDF. I can do that no problem.

However, I need to encrypt the PDF with a password. I am not sure how to do that.

Can someone please give me a hand on how to do this?

Thanks.
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You need to use a 3rd-party tool like visual Cut
http://www.milletsoftware.com/Visual_CUT.htm

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Hi mimcc

This does not look like it can do it programmically, although I did not watch the complete tutorial.

Overnight, we have found a solution using the tools here.

http://www.winnovative-software.com/buy.aspx 

Its a pity that this feature is not available for Crystal Reports.
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Visual Cut does have a command line interface so you should be able to call  it from an application.

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We found other 3rd party software.
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