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Topic: Differing Levels of Web Page Security
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 52813
From: WADingwell
Date: 5/29/2002 04:54 PM

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Iım trying to determine if there is an easy way to have different levels of
access security assigned to each user of a PDF document which will be poste=d
on a web site. I realize this could be accomplished if access was password
controlled by a data base, but Iım trying to determine if there is a way to
accomplish this without setting up a data base.

Ideally, Iıd like to specify whether or not a particular user:
* Could view a PDF document
* Enter data in a PDF form document
* Add comments to a PDF document
* Download a PDF document
* Print a PDF document

Any suggestions would be appreciated.


Bill Dingwell
Voice: 919-851-3736
Fax: 919-851-3741
Email: BDingwell@Mindspring.com


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I’m trying to determine if there is an easy way =to have different levels of access security assigned to each user of a PDF d=ocument which will be posted on a web site. I realize this could be accompli=shed if access was password controlled by a data base, but I’m trying =to determine if there is a way to accomplish this without setting up a data =base.



Ideally, I’d like to specify whether or not a particular user:

  • Could view a PDF document
  • Enter data in a PDF form document
  • Add comments to a PDF document
  • Download a PDF document
  • Print a PDF document



Any suggestions would be appreciated.





Bill Dingwell

Voice: 919-851-3736

Fax: 919-851-3741

Email: BDingwell@Mindspring.com






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