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The first question you may ask is "Why would you ever want to use the server's clipboard to do anything? I came across this problem when I was trying to write a PDF parser that would rasterize the front page and save it into a Bitmap object.
From here, you can save it to a file, database, etc. Unfortunately, they do not have a function that allows you to simply save to a file. They do, however, let you copy the image to the clipboard and then recover it in whatever format you want. NET Windows app, and works great if used that way. NET Button control, I found that nothing was happening. However, when the Clipboard. GetObject method was called, it was always returning null. After much digging and two days of work, I stumbled on the reason: the thread started for the ASP.
So, here is what I did to work around this:. I do not recommend doing this in a multi-user environment as there is no guarantee that the user that copied to the clipboard will be the one who retrieves from it.
I hope this is of some use to someone. Feel free to respond, and let me know if it helped you out or if you have any questions. This article was posted first on the telerik forums.
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