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Topic: PlugIn for Doc Level Javascripts & SQL
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 75415
Date: 10/31/2002 03:52 AM

I am looking for a Plug In that will allow me to programmatically save a concatenated text file as a new function
in the Doc Level JavaScript's. Alternately I would like to be able to read the object saved within acrobat under
version 5 that currently only allows me to write a string to it.

Also do you or anyone you know have a good SQL plug-in for Version 5. The SQL capabilities are so limited in 5.

I want to be able to programmatically generate sql queries on the fly or have a gui within acrobat for doing so then saving the queries within acrobat as stored procedures thereby making acrobat a middle tier to any back end.

Please have someone contact me regarding building these plugins if you do not already have them or know where I can
find them.

Thank you!

(410) 952-4626

(Please also email me directly if you have a solution or a referral) Thanks in advance for any replies!

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