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Topic: PDF forms automation
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 93782
From: pdfphone
Date: 8/6/2003 12:01 PM

We have a custom built PDF forms system. The forms are accessible
via the internet. Our system is built on JavaScript, ASP, HTML, and
oracle (back-end) database. Budget cuts have made maintaining the
workflow/system impossible. I would like to know if
a forms management software product exist that can upload
adobe acrobat forms, delivered from an outside source,
and drop them onto our server without having to change scripts, etc.
no programming needed. The software would take the forms
delivered, automatically hook them up (form fields), and we are done.
If such an animal exists, there are approx. 200 agencies
that will need to purchase it.

Thanks,
M.H.


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