From version n 1.4
Sometimes you need to debug your script but you don't want to see it on the Browser, or you can not use the Internet
Explorer or Netscape to debug it because you redirect the page to the PDF reader, so you can not debug it. To allow
you to debug pages without this problem you can redirect all the debug information to a file that can be read later.
This can be useful if you are in production and want to see what's happening with that nasty error, and debug it without
knowing the final user that you are debugging your script.
Note:Remember that for the aspEasyPDF to create a log file must have permissions to a directory or a file, if not, you
wont get the log file. Also this option only works when working with IIS, with other programming language will display
the message box.
' Sets the debug to physical file
PDF.SetProperty csPropIntDebugFile, "c:\inetpub\easypdf.log"
PDF.Debug = True
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