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Topic: problems with XFDF and target frame selection
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 101271
From: stanpinte
Date: 11/25/2003 01:54 AM


I do not succeed to specify the frame where a FDF document should display itself, when using XFDF as form output format.

I have a window with four frames(one called "basefrm"), and I use the following code:

FDFDoc outputFDF = new FDFDoc();


The last line, according to the javadoc, is supposed to control the frame in which the PDF is displayed. It does not work.

This problem occur with 5.0 AND 6.0 versions of Adobe Reader, when using XFDF as output formal.
It works fine using FDF as output format.

--> Is there anybody successfully using that feature with the Java SDK, or with other Acrobat Forms SDK?
--> Any idea on supplementary tests I could perform in the meanwhile?

Thanks a lot,


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