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Topic: Why PDF filters extended chars????
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 122998
From: jmmjpdf
Date: 11/30/2004 04:25 AM

Hi

I hope someone can help me with this severe problem.
I use a pdf form to serve as a input font end to a database. There are several fields in the form and one of the buttons is a submit button to a .aspx page that saves the data to a database. The export format of the submit form action is html. Everything works nice, but when there are Portuguese chars (ã, ç, and so on) those chars are filtered in the process. Even in the fdf file it creates the char doesn´t appear.
Have you some advice to this behavior. Everyone is excited in using pdf files this way because it help us a lot, but we need those chars.....
Please give us a help
Thanks
Joao


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