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Topic: Capturing FDF with SubmitForm
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 52214
From: RobT
Date: 5/29/2002 04:50 PM

Hello,

I need to capture information entered by users into a PDF form that they will link to in their browser. I am using the SubmitForm action and my preference is to use the FDF export format rather than using html form data. I will be posting to an ASP page on a web server running IIS. Ultimately, I need to create the FDF file on the server so that it can be emailed to the appropriate individual. I am unable to get to the data using the Request.BinaryRead method.

What is the easiest method to parse the FDF from the http post? Is there is a way to do this without installing new components on the server?

Thank You,
Rob Teegarden


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