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Topic: Digital signatures
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 52819
From: larryte
Date: 5/29/2002 04:54 PM

I am attempting to do two things with digital signing of a pdf.

1. Display a pdf thru the IAC ole automation interface and allow the displayed pdf to be signed in this view. The pdf displays OK but when I attempt to sign, i receive a message that I need to be in acrobat to do this. Does anyone know how to get around this? A third party control would be Ok if that's what it takes.

2. Verify that the document has been signed. I attempted to do this by using the AcroForms ole interface, and getting the field from the field collection. The value property is empty. Is there some other property or API to veryify that signing took place?

Unfortunately, I'm new to this and probably couldn't tackle the c style apis.

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