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Topic: Database to PDF without COM Objects....
Conf: (P-PDF) Beginners, Msg: 126102
From: eidesign
Date: 1/24/2005 08:52 AM

Hi Everybody,

Unsure if this has been asked yet - forum so large to hunt though.....

I am starting a new project and part of it needs to do the following:

1) User fills out a HTML form
2) Form data is then stored in a database - MSaccess at this stage.
3) Data from the Database to then be passed to a PDF file/template. This PDF file would then show the data in it ready for printing/saving.

Sounds simple........ I need to do this without having to install anything on a server. Most host companies will not allow this.

I have AA 6.0 Professional.

Does anybody have a solution to this? Perhaps a couple of examples?

Thanks in advance.

Darren


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