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    I would like to use the "Foxit Reader.exe" command in a Python script so I can print some PDF files without opening a GUI.

    How do I know if the print job is successfully queued though? The exit codes of the "Foxit Reader.exe" are not documented.

  • #2
    Hi k_sze,

    You are able to check the print jobs in your printer's printer queue directly by doing as follows:
    Go to:Start Menu > Devices and Printer, please right click on the corresponding printer which is used for printing PDF file in commandline there and then please click"see what's printing" option in the pop-up context menu to open printer queue window.
    If I didn't understand your question correctly,please help to be specific in describing it.

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    • #3
      I need to do this *in a Python script*, which won't interact with any GUI. In the scripting world, it's standard practice to check the exit code of a program to determine success or failure.

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      • #4
        Hi k_sze,

        Thanks for your update. I'll check your question further with Reader QA and Dev team and update here. You can also email to [email protected] by mentioning Report ID#61067 to check the processing status.

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