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DWF Merger Util in C#

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03-10-2013 07:59 PM

I've been trying for some time to emulate the Watermarking done by the Vault Professional Web Viewer on our own intranet viewing system. I found a folder ADMS Professional 2013\Server\Web\WebClient\DWFMergerUtil that contains a DwfMergerUtil dll. This has a class of DWFMergerWrppaer and a function DoWaterMark. I have managed to hook into this and get a DWF produced that loads in ADR but with no watermark. There have been modifications made to the file (the FixedPage.Fpage file has a new Canvas node but is missing a Glyphs node with the watermark data). Has anyone managed to use the lib successfully ?


Greg Heeley
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Re : DWF Merger Util in C#

03-21-2014 08:49 AM in reply to: g.heeley

I'm trying to do the same thing. Have you found a solution?


I'm working on 2014. Here is my code:


using DWFMerger;

namespace Watermark
    class Program
        static void Main(string[] args)
            using (var parameters = new WMParameters
                m_colorAlpha = 255, 
                m_colorBlue = 0, 
                m_colorGreen = 0, 
                m_colorRed = 255,
                m_fontName = "Arial", 
                m_position = DWFWatermark.Location.Diagonal, 
                m_waterMarkText = "My watermark", 
                m_size = DWFWatermark.Size.Large
                using (var input = new DWFInputFile(args[0], parameters))
                    DWFMergerWrapper.DoWatermark(input, Path.GetFileNameWithoutExtension(args[0]) + "-watermark.dwf");

 It creates a DWF, but I'm not able to open it in ADR

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