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Topic: javascript errors after i apply self-Sign security
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 54426
From: wissamak
Date: 5/29/2002 05:05 PM

I have added javascript code for my PDF document. The code retrieves data from a MS Access database, populates form fields wiht this data and then updates the database with the new data entered by the user. The code is working just fine. Except that after i apply the Acrobat Self-Sign Security to the PDF document i get errors in the Javascript console every time i press a button on my PDF documnet. Specifically the error i get is the following:

"TypeError: l has no properties"

where "l" is a variable i use to hold the reference to a listbox form field as inthe following statement:
"var l = this.getField("list");"

I could not find a solution to this problem.
can anyone help?

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