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Topic: submit problem using acrobat 6.0 on XP SP2
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 124563
From: mohsin_aliansari
Date: 12/29/2004 08:39 AM

Hi,

I have developed an Eforms application using VB .NET and acrobat 5.0, application environment is Windows XP SP2 acrobat 5.0. Now the application runs fine on this environment using acrobat 5.0. I have upgraded the acrobat reader from 5.0 to 6.0, the problem arises here. It seems like the following line in the vb code does not run if acrobat 6.0 is installed. this line just redirect the top location to specified url.
Response.Write("<script language='javascript'>top.location = '" + sEformHomeURL + "';")

This does work on acrobat 7.0 on XP SP2. It also works on XP SP1 having acrobat 6.0. I have tried different updates for acrobat 6.0 but no use.

Only windows XP SP2 having acrobat 6.0 have this problem.

I would appreciate if someone can help.


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