Is there any limit of pdf downloads on server or any days limit?

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Getting error while converting html string through server and working fine in local...

Please help.

One or more errors occurred. (Unable to initialize the process. Refer the inner execption for more details.)___   at ceTe.DynamicPDF.HtmlConverter.Converter.c()\r\n   at ceTe.DynamicPDF.HtmlConverter.Converter.d()\r\n   at ceTe.DynamicPDF.HtmlConverter.Converter.a(String A_0, Uri A_1, Boolean A_2, ConversionOptions A_3)\r\n   at ceTe.DynamicPDF.HtmlConverter.Converter.h.a.MoveNext()___Unable to initialize the process. Refer the inner execption for more details.
Access is denied.


Please tell for how many days your free version support on server?

var GetBytes=Converter.convert......

Is there any limit of free version download on server?
Posted by a ceTe Software moderator
Hi,

There are no limits on using the free version on a server, but the output PDFs will have footer text and you are required to link back to our site.

The error details indicates a permissions issue while deploying and running the application on the server. Some specific settings might be triggering this error.

Please check whether the user account under which the application is running has permissions to run Chromium.

If you continue facing an issue, then please send over the following information so we can look into it further.

1. Envionment on which the application is running.
2. If you are facing issue with web application, then simple web application which uses static data to recreate the error.
3. Complete steps (starting from creating the application to deploying and running it in server)
4. HTML file or text.

Please note that, it is difficult to troubleshoot the error without recreating it on our end.

Thanks,
ceTe Software Support Team

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