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PDF To Word

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Jan 17, 2024 Jan 17, 2024

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I want to convert PDF to word document in Swift ios. With the help of rest API.
I follow the steps

1. genrate token -> https://pdf-services.adobe.io/token

2. genrate upload uri -> https://pdf-services.adobe.io/assets

3. upload the pdf file at the given path

4. again export pdf in docx -> get response 201 https://pdf-services.adobe.io/operation/exportpdf
5. now I am unable to check the status https://pdf-services.adobe.io/operation/compresspdf/urn:aaid:AS:UE1:d88e30be-1f8e-4ac3-b9cb-436d70a3...
6. and i have also no idea about how i can download docx file

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Community Beginner , Jan 18, 2024 Jan 18, 2024

You need to use 'x-request-id' from the Export PDF response in the last url. Not the Asset ID. 

You can get the full url from your previous response (step 4) -> 'location' header.

i.e.

https://pdf-services.adobe.io/operation/exportpdf/x-request-id/status

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Jan 18, 2024 Jan 18, 2024

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You need to use 'x-request-id' from the Export PDF response in the last url. Not the Asset ID. 

You can get the full url from your previous response (step 4) -> 'location' header.

i.e.

https://pdf-services.adobe.io/operation/exportpdf/x-request-id/status

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Jan 18, 2024 Jan 18, 2024

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Eh, I'm not sure about that answer. Technically, when you create the job, you should check the Location header in the response. That's a URL that can be used as is - ie just hit the URL (with a x-api-key containing your client id and authorization bearer token).

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