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error printjobsettings not initialized

In stead I use this code: Anonymous Printjobsettins 12, at 4: It does in AX though. Hi, Thanks for sharing your code.

If I execute the code in a job it works. I was playing with this in my AX virtual box this morning and I’m able to save the file. Really busy these days.

How to send a file to the printer in dynamics AX | Dynamics AX

Your comment will appear in my blog shortly after review. I can immediatly delete the file.

Regrading your question, windows will create a reference on a temp location when AX creates the PDF file, printjobsettinge AX will ock the file until it is saved. Please do share if you find an answer: It does for the salesFormLetter.

Gerard, Thanks for double checking and getting us the answer to this issue.


Anonymous April 4, at 8: Also, make sure that your menu item is pointing to the right class. Hi Sanjeev, are you using the exact same code I posted? Ghiasuddin December 9, at 6: In my case I’m calling another report and I can’t pass the printJobSettings like this. Have a great day!

Hi Bro, The code is not saving file for me.

File is not saved. This is the first article of 3. AxWonders April 4, at 9: Unknown February 17, at Alhough changing the class from primtjobsettings to server doesn’t change anything.

The file was being locked by the E-mail process and not the create PDF process Thank you for your thoughts. I’m not sure what’s different in your machine. The following code saves an Axapta report to a PDF file. If printjobsettints has an answer on why AX keeps the file locked Please let me know.

I just tried it on my end and it worked as expected. Can you send me the exact code you are using? Investigate this a bit more printjobsettinhs week long weekend ahead: DawsY May 14, at 1: The next article will show how to save the file into a network share and pass a Sales Order dynamically, and the last part will be about attaching the PDF to an Outlook instance and create a dynamic subject.

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AX WONDERS: Save a Microsoft Dynamics AX report to a PDF file (First Part)

The above dynamids I’ve provided is correct and works like a charm. AxWonders April 5, at 9: In my case, I’m having a lot of problems saving the file to a network file and then to attach it to Outlook.

I forgot the mail. I need to see what’s going on when I have som time to si down and check it. Besides that, this should work in AX Code is fine but when I try with my report it doesn’t work.

I found something else however: Anonymous April 5, at 9: Ghasuddin Tajwal December 7, at So, the titles of the three articles will be the same foe exception of the text in parenthesis. How can I save my private report, this one made by me. So probably some kind of permission problem. Stupid typo in the code: AxWonders February 17, at 1: Hi Guys, From past few days i am trying to send invoice directly to customers via email.