PDF as Base64: An Error exists on this page

Hello,
In a scenario I am extracting the PDF file from archive and encoding it in BASE64 format.
At receiver side, while decoding the Base64 format, I am getting all the data correctly but an error is coming during display.
"An Error exists in this page. Acrobat may not display the page correctly. Please contact the person who created the PDF document to correct the problem."
Any suggestion please.
Thanks,
Madan Agrawal

Hi !!
I did the some, and while i was doing, i got the some error, it was beacuse i added few characters after encoding for other propouse, and then when i decoded and try to preview i got this error.
Check if you are doing something like that.
Regards
Edited by: Antonio Valladares Fernandez on Sep 21, 2011 12:28 PM

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