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Topic: RE: javascript for open file
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 57583
From: kt
Date: 5/29/2002 05:26 PM

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Be sure you understand that app.openDoc() expects a device-specific file
path, not a URL or URI. You cannot open files on a remote system with this
call.

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Kas Thomas
Documentation Manager
eBusiness Integration Products Division
SilverStream Software
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Shelton, CT 06484
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>>-----Original Message-----
>>From: p-pdf-developer Listmanager
>>[mailto:listmanager@forum.planetpdf.com]
>>Sent: Tuesday, June 26, 2001 8:28 AM
>>Subject: javascript for open file
>>
>>
>>From: "Eirik"
>>
>>--- Planet PDF Forum | http://forum.planetpdf.com ----
>>
>>I found this very interesting, but are there anyone who
>>have a good solution for this when using Acrobat 4.05. I have used
>>
>> if (f=="file1")
>> getURL(URI); // URI = path of file1
>>
>>And, will Reader 4.05 understand
>>"app.openDoc("file1",this)" when this is created in Acrobat 5?
>>
>>
>>On 6/26/2001 3:34:00 AM, ianit wrote:
>>>You can use the Javascript
>>>lines of
>>>
>>>var
>>>f=app.popUpMenu("file1","file2
>>>")
>>>
>>>if (f=="file1")
>>>app.openDoc("file1",this)
>>>
>>>if (f=="file2")
>>>app.openDoc("file2",this)
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>This will work in Acrobat 5
>>>but it is not possible (as
>>>afar as I am aware) in Acrobat
>>>4 or less
>>>
>>>The ",this" part is used if
>>>the files 1 and 2 are in the
>>>same directory as the main
>>>file( where this Javascript is
>>>located)
>>>
>>>Good Luck
>>
>>
>>
>>
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  >>-----Original Message-----

  >>From: p-pdf-developer =Listmanager

  >>[mailto:listmanager@forum=..planetpdf.com]

  >>Sent: Tuesday, June 26, 2001 8:28 =AM

  >>Subject: javascript for open =file

  >>

  >>

  >>From: "Eirik" =<eirik_kaarstad@hotmail.com>

  >>

  >>--- Planet PDF Forum | http://forum.planetpdf.com ----

  >>

  >>I found this very interesting, but =are there anyone who

  >>have a good solution for this when =using Acrobat 4.05. I have used

  >>

  >> if (f=="file1")

  >> getURL(URI); // URI = path of =file1

  >>

  >>And, will Reader 4.05 understand =

  =>>"app.openDoc("file1",this)" when this is =created in Acrobat 5?

  >>

  >>

  >>On 6/26/2001 3:34:00 AM, ianit =wrote:

  >>>You can use the Javascript

  >>>lines of

  >>>

  >>>var

  =>>>f=app.popUpMenu("file1","file2

  >>>")

  >>>

  >>>if =(f=="file1")

  =>>>app.openDoc("file1",this)

  >>>

  >>>if =(f=="file2")

  =>>>app.openDoc("file2",this)

  >>>

  >>>

  >>>

  >>>This will work in Acrobat =5

  >>>but it is not possible (as

  >>>afar as I am aware) in =Acrobat

  >>>4 or less

  >>>

  >>>The ",this" part is =used if

  >>>the files 1 and 2 are in =the

  >>>same directory as the main

  >>>file( where this Javascript =is

  >>>located)

  >>>

  >>>Good Luck

  >>

  >>

  >>

  >>

  >>

  >>------- Planet PDF Store's Top 10 =List for May ---------

  >>

  >>    ARTS Split and =Merge - Stamp PDF - Jaws PDF Creator

  >>  Gemini - Amyuni PDF Converter =- Crackerjack - BCL Drake

  >>       =iCopy - ARTS Import - Mapsoft Impress Stamper

  >>

  >>  Find out why these were the =best-selling products last

  >>  month. Free demos of each at =the Planet PDF Store!

  =>>          &nbs=p;    http://www.pdfstore.com/

  >>

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  >>





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