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Topic: Applying Adobe JavaScript, using Java API
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 129817
From: crackmand
Date: 3/22/2005 04:26 PM

Hi all

I'm currently working on a serverapplication dealing with pdf-forms. The forms are supposed to be created by "simple" users. I need a way to add a Adobe javascript to their document, without their interaction. This javascript is then supposed setup URL's for submitting, rename field boxes to comply with xml shemes defined in a DB.

Anyway the question is, is there any Java API out there that can be used to add adobe javascript to pdf/fdf???
If not we are thinking of using a pdf template for our users to download. Any comments are also welcomed.

Thx


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