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Topic: Launching pdf using xfdf
Conf: (P-PDF) Beginners, Msg: 129485
From: togume
Date: 3/16/2005 08:38 AM

Hello,

I have an online form which stores the data in a SQL database. There is a joint page which has a list of the most recent insertions into the database, which upon selection of one of the items, php generates an xfdf file that can populate the attached PDF form. I am having problems getting firefox and iexplore to handle the xfdfs, as they display them as xml files. The interesting fact is that when I download the xfdf and open it directly it pulls up the form from the site and populates it correctly.
If anyone has any idea or knows how to correctly launch a pdf using an xfdf it would be greatly appreciated, as will any other comments.

Thank you,

Tomás


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