We’re evaluating the .net words library for doing conversion from MS Word to PDF and then found the cloud based product. Can Aspose REST cloud API do this particular conversion. If yes can you please tell me what DLL package shall add to my Visual Studio References.?
Yes, you can convert Word documents to PDF using Aspose.Words for Cloud. You can follow these steps to get started:
1. Please visit http://www.aspose.com/cloud/total-api.aspx and click Sign Up button to create a new account for Cloud.
2. After creating the account, select My Apps tab and get your App SID and App Key from there.
3. Upload your input files to Aspose for Cloud storage and use REST or SDK example from Convert Word Documents to other Formats example (please note that common methods are available in the documentation and SDK can be downloaded from here if you want to use Aspose Cloud SDK for .NET).
Please follow these instructions and let us know if you see any issue.
Thanks for response.
I have done what you told me in the last three days.
I have added Aspose Cloud sdk for .net to my projecs in VB 2010 by “NUGet Package”
In my class I added
But I get(For Rest):
Sign and UploadFileBinary
these two dose not exist in the current context
And for SDK I get:
Product and AsposeApp and Folder
these three dose not exist in the current context
On Monday I should tell my project leader about the product(If vi can use it)
I hope that you can tell me what I have down wrong.
We are sorry for the inconvenience. It looks like you have referenced a wrong version of the SDK. Please download the SDK from https://github.com/asposeforcloud/Aspose_Cloud_SDK_For_.NET and then reference it in your application. Tests are also present there https://github.com/asposeforcloud/Aspose_Cloud_SDK_For_.NET/tree/master/Aspose.CloudTests so you can run the tests to check the result at your end.
Please attach your application (REST and SDK) if you still see any issue.
Unfortunately I could not use Rest Cloud. There were still
problem with Sign finction (not exist in current context) <o:p></o:p>
But I used SDK cloud. It seems to work. We want to buy Licens for a period of time for testing erformance. But I have following questions:
Our data are person sensitive data. In my program I upload a Word file and download PDF file.
You can use HTTPS instead of HTTP to securely transfer your data. Please also check http://www.aspose.com/cloud/total-api/security.aspx if you are concerned about the security of your data.