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Topic: Auto population of PDF's with IIS and tomcat
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 66494
From: MaheshRao
Date: 6/8/2002 09:15 AM

Hello Everybody,

I am facing the following problem while working on PDF's with IIS and tomcat.

I am getting the values from Database and setting those values to PDF before it gets opened. However, when the PDF gets opened, I am not seeing these values.

For example, I am giving below, some sample of my code for your quick reference.

FDFDoc outFDF = new FDFDoc();

String strFieldName="DocumentOrTempalte";
String strTemplateOrDocument="1";
String strSourcePDFFile="http://mahesh:80/cq.pdf";


However, when I was working on port 8080, it was working fine.

Please suggest me ASAP and thanks in advance.

Appreciate your quick help.

Mahesh K

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