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Topic: Has anybody used Adobe's FDF tookit?
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 53567
From: Mero
Date: 5/29/2002 04:59 PM

I am using the FDF Toolkit for Java and in order to run toolkit, the instructions say that I need to "install" FDFTK.jar and FDFTK.dll on my servlet server. Beyond that, there is no more details about how to "install" these two things. I am using Sun's JSDK 2.1 to run a servlet engine on my machine. I thought I needed to add FDFTK.jar to my classpath and register FDFTK.dll on my machine. I added FDFTK.jar to my classpath successfully, but when I attempt to register FDFTK.dll, I get an error like this: "..fdftk.dll was loaded, but the dllregisterserver entry point was not found...". I can't seem to run the sample servlets provided because of this problem! Any help would be appreciated.

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