I have downloaded Adobe.DocumentCloud.Services from nuget package manager to try HTML to PDF conversion from my .net application. It is expecting a configuration key which i should get over email.
1. Am I going in the right direction for converting HTML to PDF using Adobe DC?
2. Do I get configuration key for trial period. If it works according to my requirement we might plan to buy this product.
3. Without config key is there anyway to test this sdk code from my .net application?
You should check the licensing terms very carefully. Most developer licenses count end users and your web site may have hundreds or millions. Have you read the license yet?
So far as I can see from https://www.adobe.com/devnet-docs/dcsdk/servicessdk/index.html this is a beta program. You can apply to test it, and MIGHT be accepted. There might be a cost. The beta MIGHT be closed without notice, and live deployment MIGHT have restrictions. As it is a beta, there will probably be a non disclosure agreement, so nobody may share their knowledge. So, contact Adobe directly.
Hi. This is exactly what I am referring to and I have used the same code snippet.
But I am stuck at
ClientContext clientContext = ClientContext.createFromFile("dc-services-sdk-config.json");
dc-services-sdk-config.json supposed to have config details with credentials. Which apparently I would get over a Welcome Email from Adobe.
So far I have not got any welcome email with config.json attached.
If we get config details for a trial period and if our requirements are met, we woul plan to buy this according to their terms.
As you said, we do have hundereds of end users who would access our website and use this pdf converter functionality.
Could you please share your views.
Have you yet applied to be a beta tester of this service?