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Topic: Advice on how to post data from pdf to web server.
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 36775
From: sandejones
Date: 3/16/2002 04:47 AM

Iím trying to use this.submitForm(http://10.100.1.20/ pdf/Offline_InputForm_post.cfm#FDF); and Iím getting the following error Authorization Failure http://10.100.1.20/pdf/Offline_InputForm_post.cfm does anyone have any ideas. I have changed security on the folder to allow anonymous user full control. Has anyone posted a form from acrobat approval to a web server? If this is not the way to post the data using submitForm can someone point me in the right direction.

What is the best way to get data from a fairly complex pdf form located on the users hard drive to our web server? I really care about the data being posted and availab to processes on our web server. What is the best way post as HTML, post as FDF or some other method? Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks,

Sandeí
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