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Topic: How To Share Javascript Between PDF - Non Programr
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 54035
From: mgordon
Date: 5/29/2002 05:03 PM

I am not a programmer but do have a question that I can't seem to get a simple answer too. We have a software product that uses PDF so that
users can enter in information into the form. Each form has fields such
as DOB, Phone, SS#, etc. Each of these fields have field edits to validate
input for correctness. Each of these field edits are used per form. Is
there a way to store these javascript "procedures" and have the PDF
pull the javascript edits or call to the server and obtain the javascript edits?
The goal is to maintain 1 javascript function in one area and be used
by all of the forms. I hope I make sense.

Thanks,

Mark


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