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Topic: problems with XFDF and redirection after submit
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 101273
From: stanpinte
Date: 11/25/2003 01:55 AM

hello,
using Adobe Reader 5.0 and XFDF, after form submission, no redirection occurs.



After submission, I repond to the client browser, a short FDF document, to redirect it toward the page "main.jsp":



FDFDoc outputFDF = new FDFDoc();

outputFDF.SetFile(FdfActionUtils.getUrlBase(request, servlet) + "/main.jsp");

response.setContentType("application/vnd.fdf");

OutputStream out = response.getOutputStream();

outputFDF.Save(out);

out.close();



If I use Adobe Reader 6.0, or if I use Adobe Reader 5.0 with FDF output format, the redirection works fine, so the problem is only

related to the usage of Adobe Reader 5.0 with XFDF 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,



Stan.



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