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Topic: Generatet PDF by cgi-script with interactive fields?
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 120274
From: signtec
Date: 10/14/2004 06:46 PM

To generate a pdf-file automaticly is easy in linux. (all our scrips are developed in perl or php and using modules like PDF::API2, PDF::Create, html2ps/ps2pdf and other software ore modules)

Now Im searching for a possibility not only zu generate or edit PDF-files automaticly I also want to generate interactive formfields und create or edit data into this fields by script.

I made a pdf-file with date-fields and use this file as base for the script, but I was not able to find a possibility to get data into this fields.

The module, software or script Im looking for must be able to run under linux.

Anyone an idea or tip?

thx



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