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Topic: SDK Questions LiveCycle Designer 7.0
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 130309
From: GingerKirk
Date: 3/31/2005 07:18 AM

My goal is to pass a value from a textbox on an asp page to pre-populate an xml pdf form created using LiveCycle Designer 7.0

Would we be able to use the SDK to set a value from asp using xFDF? Ive not been successful doing this with the FDF Toolkit or any other 3rd party tools. Ive not found any examples of or references to using xFDF with ASP at all.

Also - The SDK description indicates It contains all of the sample code and documentation for development with the Acrobat API using C, C++, or Visual Basic. However, I am writing regular old ASP with FrontPage.

Would this SDK work for us?



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