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Topic: Reproducing md5 Hash
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 136319
From: rainingmirrors
Date: 7/14/2005 11:39 PM

When running the Online Commenting Function of Acrobat 7 with WebDAV, Acrobat automatically generates the name of the folder where it puts the .fdf comment files for each specific user. The documentation says, that Acrobat uses the md5 hash of the complete URL, that points to the pdf file.

I have the problem, that i cannot reproduce this md5 hash, with the URL and the php md5 Function.

Is there any other requirement for the hash, which is not included in the documentation? I cannot even reproduce Adobe's example which is included in the documentation.

Thanks in advance for help.

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