ReferenceError: OptionsOnSec is not defined

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Sep 06, 2018 Sep 06, 2018

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Dear All,

I use Python to call Acrobat JavaScript to convert PDF to EXCEL. The code is like following:

        aApp = win32.Dispatch('AcroExch.App')

        pdDoc = win32.Dispatch('AcroExch.PDDoc')

        if pdDoc.Open(r + "\\" + e):

            jsObject = pdDoc.GetJSObject()

            jsObject.SaveAs(des + "\\" + e + ".xlsx", "com.adobe.acrobat.xlsx")

            jsObject = None

            pdDoc.Close()

        pdDoc = None

        aApp.Exit()

        aApp = None

I have converted 6000+ PDF successfully without any problem.

But recently when I reused this code to conver another 4000+ PDF, for about 600 PDF, there were errors: "ReferenceError: OptionsOnSec is not defined".  The other PDF are converted successfully without any problem.

I have searched google for this key word "OptionsOnSec" but only found "2 results (0.38 seconds) " and none of them are helpful.  So I think maybe internal forum will be helpful.

Could anyone provide me with any advice?

Thank you so much for your help!

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Sep 07, 2018 Sep 07, 2018

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You should find more help in the Acrobat SDK forum, since it is more orientated to accessing PDFs through other languages.

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Oct 10, 2018 Oct 10, 2018

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Acrobat is an interactive tool with some tools for light duty automation. That is far too many files. Quit Acrobat every 20-50.

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