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Topic: Uploading modified PDF to server
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 59615
Date: 5/29/2002 05:40 PM

Dear all,

I am now working on a project which requires the client to make some modifications to the acrobat files, then when they click "Save" button, the copy on the server is updated automatically. I have done some investigation and found that a possible solution is to use submitForm to submit the whole PDF to the server, then use some ASP to do the processing. However, I do not know the technical details and when I add submitForm statement in "Document Will Save" event, the Acrobat 5.0 crashes! Are there any websites that articulates how they could be done or is there any sample code available?

Please note that all of our clients have Acrobat 5.0 installed on their computer with proper licenses. So it will not be an issue.


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