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Topic: Query a PDF to find what form fields it has - Using ASP
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 126515
From: frodeflintstone
Date: 1/28/2005 04:51 AM

Greetings!

Thank you to everyone who reviews this post and responds.

I am building a site that will dynamically fill the form fields of a pdf. I am using ASP on a windows server.

Currently I am trying to find a way to determine what fields are in a pdf template (their names) using ASP. The system will be using different templates, with different fields in them. I could store all of the field information manually (i.e. during the construction of the site), but then if the templates change, we will have to do it all over again.


Any help would be great.


Thank you all.

-Rod


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