The new afp2pdf client command is plug-compatible with the previous afp2pdf command (5876-W01). It transforms AFP files and resources into PDF files that you
can distribute over the Internet and view with a Web browser installed with the Adobe
Acrobat plug-in. If the plug-in is not installed on your Web browser, you can view
the PDF files with Adobe Acrobat Reader.
Parameters to control settings for the AFP2PDF Plus Transform are specified in an
options file. By default, the name of this file is a2pxopts.cfg. When running the transform function with the afp2pdf client command-line program, the options file must reside in the same directory as
the program module.
The AFP2PDF Plus transform uses the AFP Visual Environment (AVE) program to manipulate
the AFP before it is converted to PDF. AVE is a JAVA-based program that allows you
to manipulate AFP files in a variety of ways.
Microsoft Azure provides a wide variety of virtual machines with configurable operating
systems like Windows, Linux SUSE, CentOS, and configurable resources, for example:
memory, CPUs, storage space, storage type HDD/SDD.