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Topic: PDFLib examples
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 118992
From: carcemont
Date: 9/21/2004 10:24 AM

Hi,

I need to be able to produce pdf files that are populated from a database as well as allow for user input. These pdf files need to be validated and saved for reprinting at a later date. I purchase PDFLib Personalization Server 6.0.x windows to do this. I have figured out how to populate the data blocks and create the form fields. I cannot figure out how to submit the data for processing. I want to add a button to validate the form fields and save the file. I think I should be using a SubmitForm action and a pushbutton field to do this, however, I cannot figure out how to tie the two together. Any help or examples would be greatly appreciated. And yes, I am a beginner.

Thanks for you help,


Cameron



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