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Topic: Acrobat 5 and Dynamically pushed PDFs
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 35504
From: phaise
Date: 2/27/2002 05:46 AM

I am having an issue where a dynamically created PDF is created and then pushed to the user. In Acrobat 4.0 (reader) the sytem works pefectly and the user always receives the correct information. However in 5.0 (full/reader) It seems to read the same PDF over and over, even though what it is trying to read exists no where on the server (confirmed manually). Does anyone know if 5.0 has some kind of cache system built in or what may be causing this problem?

The PDFs are created via an HTML form and assembled by a bit of Java code, that is all compiled server side.

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