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Topic: pdf form to client then client to user with update
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 35837
From: trev
Date: 3/2/2002 04:03 AM

I'm having problems visualizing the route this should take in order for it to work. An aspect in an application i'm creating gets a client to fill out a pdf form. I don't know how this should go...... that is... in the end result i need to have the form which the client fills out (using Reader only) go to the company so they can look over it and if there is a mistake send it back to the client for revision/resubmittion. I know i can use FDF with a submit button on the form for the client to submit changes to the companyusing only Reader. BUT... the form's info orginally is sent to an ASP page where it sends the info into a database. how could i do both from 1 pdf form, and if i can't could i get suggestions on solving this issue?

Thanks everyone!

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