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Topic: asp,fdf pdf problem
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 51796
From: rpranath
Date: 5/29/2002 04:47 PM

In my project with pdf I am opening a file like this once the user clicks a link

There is a submit button in the form. I want to call submit.asp on clicking this button.
so I have javascript action assigned to this button and call
this.submitForm(this.path.split("templates/")[0] + "submit.asp#fdf")

In this asp file I am using the following to process the pdf.

set fdf_app = Server.CreateObject("FdfApp.FdfApp")
Set fdf_file = fdf_app.FDFOpenFromBuf (Request.BinaryRead(Request.TotalBytes))

' Save FDF to a string buffer in effort to get around thread access token error (see below)
fdfbuffer = fdf_file.FDFSaveToStr
set fdf_file = nothing

On processing I want to return a html page to the user.
But I see the url set as C:\WINNT\Temporary Internet Files\pa003281.htm in the internet


Why does path change from http:// to my local machine when I try to call an asp file from pdf?
How do I overcome it?

I am using adobe version 4.0

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