I have tested the scenario of PDF to DOC conversion using Aspose.Pdf for Java 17.2.0 where I have used one of my sample PDF files and I did not notice any issue during conversion. As per my observations, the conversion is performed without any issue. Please note that I have tested the scenario on Windows 7 (x64) with JDK 1.8 where my language culture is ENG-US.
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// load input PDF file<o:p></o:p>
com.aspose.pdf.Document doc = new com.aspose.pdf.Document("c:/pdftest/JustifyTesting.pdf");
// Save the document in DOC format.
We can not use your Aspose.Pdf forJava 17.2.0, because our license has an expiration date ‘20161112’. It means that we can not use your new versions released after ‘20161112’.
I think you might advice us to use 17.2.0, that means we should buy a new license, but this will bring us extra fee.
As far as I know, renew a license is not such cheap.
If we do not intend to purchase a new license, how could this issue be solved?
Thanks for sharing the details.
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Hi Kyo,kyowang:Hi,I could provide an important information for you to reproduce this exception.This exception will occur as long as you set a formal license file, however, I find that you did not set any license for Aspose.Pdf. Maybe, that's why you did not see this issue.I hope you to test again with a formal license for Aspose.Pdf.Please update me as soon as possible.Thanks.