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Topic: PDF Submission
Conf: (P-PDF) Beginners, Msg: 78809
From: bmuni
Date: 1/1/2003 02:58 AM

When creating an PDF form in Acrobat Writer 5.0, the user has the ability to define attributes for the submit button. The submit button has 4 options that one can choose to indicate how the output of the form is going to result when it is submitted to the backend server-side program and they are: Export the output in 1. FDF format, 2. HTML, 3. XML or the 4. PDF document.

My question is as follows: If the user chooses option 4. PDF document, am I correct in assuming that the whole PDF document will be sent out from the client (browser) to the back end program (eg CGI or servlet) as a complete PDF document object and not an FDF object. Has anyone tried this? If so, how is the PDF document object handled?

Thanks
Beau

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