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Topic: XDP has to work with Form Server?
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 115735
From: AdobeShawn
Date: 7/20/2004 02:42 AM

I'm currently involved in a project, which want to submit the PDF as XDP format to a webservice/server, and parse the xml data, etc. on our webservice/server. As I understand, the Form Server will do all that, take the XDP and process that, etc. Is there a way, we can bypass the form server, and handle the data processing ourself. I haven't seen any resource regarding on how to do it. Such as when the XDP is posted to the URL, what happens, can I just save the data stream as a file onto the harddrive? I have a copy of Design 6.0, created a XDP, submited to an ASP page that I created. Got to the ASP page, but I can't get a hold of the XDP, is there a toolkit that I can use? In the old way, you submit the PDF as a FDF file, and there is a FDF toolkit. What about XDP? What server-side processing we should use, ASP .NET, JSP? Or we have to have a Adobe Server of some sort. And the Adobe Tech folk told me XDP is encrptyed while submited over the wire, could this be true? Don't see how?

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