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Topic: After submitting PDF form, jsp/html page is not coming up
Conf: (P-PDF) Acrobat 6.0, Msg: 111890
From: b
Date: 5/21/2004 08:53 AM

Need help, I am struggling with this issue for quite a long time, no solution yet.

In my web application (J2EE application), I submit PDF form using this.submitForm().PDF Form-Data is saved to DB without any issues. After that I am redirecting application to a JSP page. I can see the debug statements of jsp in log file, that means it is executing the jsp. But in browser still the same PDF form is being shown instead of confirmation jsp page.
It works fine with Adobe Reader 5.0 but giving this problem with Adobe Reader 6.0.

If I redirect it to another pdf file after submitting the data (instead of calling jsp page), pdf file is loaded without any issue. It's just the jsp page that is not working.

My web application uses html frames to display the PDF file. I tested the above scenario without html frames and it works fine. But with html frames it is not working. Does any one have any clue on this?

I will appreciate any help on this issue.


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