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The XML grammars used by App Mon to instruct an application, such as Microsoft Word, to open and print a file involve these sequential tasks: App Mon uses standard Win32 APIs to interact with third-party applications in order to transfer UI events such as key-strokes and mouse clicks, which is useful to control these applications to produce PDF files from them.
Due to a limitation with these Win32 APIs, App Mon is not able to dispatch these UI events to some specific kinds of windows, such as floating menu-bars (found in some applications such as Text Pad), and certain kind of dialogs whose contents cannot be retrieved using the Win32 APIs.
It is easy to visually identify a floating menu-bar; however it might not be possible to identify the special types of dialogs just by visual inspection.
You would require a third-party application such as Microsoft Spy (part of the Microsoft Visual C development environment) or its equivalent Win ID (that can be downloaded free of cost from
Convert HTML content to a PDF document using the Java APIConvert HTML content to a PDF document using the web service APIIncluding AEM Forms Java library files Setting connection properties Generate PDF Service API Quick Starts Converting HTML Documents to PDF Documents Quick Start (SOAP mode): Converting HTML content to a PDF document using the Java APIQuick Start (SOAP mode): Converting HTML content to a PDF document using the Java APIIncluding AEM Forms Java library files Setting connection properties Converting HTML Documents to PDF Documents Quick Start (MTOM): Converting an HTML document to a PDF document using the web service APIQuick Start (Swa Ref): Converting an HTML document to a PDF document using the web service APIInvoking AEM Forms using MTOMInvoking AEM Forms using Swa Ref This section describes how you can use the Generate PDF Java API and web service API to programmatically convert a PDF document to an RTF file, which is an example of a non-image format.
This illustration shows the components and drivers involved with native application support.
It also mentions the XML grammars that influence the interactions.
To change settings for an already supported native application, the system administrator sets the File Type Settings in the administration console.
To add support for a new native file format, you must manually edit the file.