Encrypt the pdf

I am encrypting the pdf in rails using pdf-toolkit

here is my code:
PDF::Toolkit.pdftk(infile output outfile user_pw rails)

It is giving error saying that
undefined method user_pw

Any suggestions

On 5 December 2012 10:40, kiran cy [email protected] wrote:

I am encrypting the pdf in rails using pdf-toolkit

here is my code:
PDF::Toolkit.pdftk(infile output outfile user_pw rails)

It is giving error saying that
undefined method user_pw

Have you provided that method or variable? If not then what do you
think that user_pw is referring to?

Colin

I think that is predefined in pdftk

On 5 December 2012 11:04, kiran cy [email protected] wrote:

Please quote the previous message and put your reply inline at
appropriate points. Remember this is a mailing list not a forum
(though you may be accessing it via a forum-like interface. Thanks.

I think that is predefined in pdftk

Can you point me to the docs that make you think that in

PDF::Toolkit.pdftk(infile output outfile user_pw rails)

that user_pw is predefined in pdftk?

Colin

Colin L. wrote in post #1087900:

On 5 December 2012 11:04, kiran cy [email protected] wrote:

Please quote the previous message and put your reply inline at
appropriate points. Remember this is a mailing list not a forum
(though you may be accessing it via a forum-like interface. Thanks.

I think that is predefined in pdftk

Can you point me to the docs that make you think that in

PDF::Toolkit.pdftk(infile output outfile user_pw rails)

that user_pw is predefined in pdftk?

Colin

http://www.pdflabs.com/docs/pdftk-cli-examples/

On Dec 5, 11:14am, kiran cy [email protected] wrote:

http://www.pdflabs.com/docs/pdftk-cli-examples/

That is the usage summary for the command line tools, not for the ruby
api. For starters you’ll need to separate your arguments with commas,
not spaces

Fred

On 5 December 2012 11:14, kiran cy [email protected] wrote:

PDF::Toolkit.pdftk(infile output outfile user_pw rails)

that user_pw is predefined in pdftk?

Colin

http://www.pdflabs.com/docs/pdftk-cli-examples/

As you have coded it ruby will look for a variable or method called
user_pw from which to get the value to pass to pdftk. If you want to
pass the string user_pw then I guess that you must put “user_pw”.

Colin

It is working pdf is encrypted

my_pdf =
PDF::Toolkit.open([email protected]_pdf.attach.url.split(’?’)[0].to_s)
[email protected]_pdf.user_password
[email protected]_pdf.owner_password

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