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Topic: dynamic generated Forms
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 136988
From: cbracj
Date: 7/29/2005 08:57 PM

Hi guys, I am getting crazy here looking for a solution for this problem.
Here at work we already have an asp application that generates an FDF file that shows an PDF to the user, but this PDF always have the same format, with the same fields and sizes.

What I NEED NOW, is to do the same but in an FDF or other server element that could accept dynamic random fields sizes, like lists for example.

The PDF that I want to generate will be different depending on the data on our database, sometimes will have bigger text boxes, other smaller.
The same thing to lists, sometimes will have only one record, others many.

Please anyone knows what solution to do this? FDF is capable to do this? Live-Cycle? What other Adobe server tool would be useful?


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