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Topic: PDF/FDF and Jdk 1.2.2, help pls!
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 55576
From: jluo
Date: 5/29/2002 05:13 PM

(Sorry, I've posted the same message in the "Form" forum before, but I did not get any answer. So I repost it here and hope to get some input.)
Newbie here. Our company wants to stamp some information from database on some existing PDF forms, and than print out or email out the new PDF files. I've read some information about FDF toolkit. Is that the right tool to use? How it works? Does anyone know if it works with jdk 1.2.2? Does anyone have any sample code that I could use to test the concept? I know there are a lot of experts in this forum have used this toolkit. Could anyone please give me some ideas?

Thanks in advance,
Jane



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