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Topic: Open a Password Protected pdf with a PHP script
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 137361
From: mbair
Date: 8/5/2005 06:03 AM

I am creating a members area on my site, using php. I would like to have a list of available pdf forms, which can be opened from the members area. I want my pdf's to require a pword to open them. I am wondering if anybody knows a way to input this password through a php script and then open the pdf. The idea is that the members would not see or know the password, but they could still open the forms from the members area. I am fairly familiar with PDF forms, I use acrobat 6.0. I am also fairly competent in .php programming. However, I have no experience using the pdf or fdf commands built into php.

If anybody can offer any help, it would be greatly appreciated!

Thanks,
Matt


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