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Topic: Posting form as FDF from a PDF created using Adobe Acrobat 5 doesn't work with Adobe 6 Reader
Conf: (P-PDF) Acrobat 6.0, Msg: 94784
From: the_wizard
Date: 8/20/2003 07:43 PM

We've been using the "post as FDF" property of our Adobe Acrobat File successfully with Adobe 4 + 5. The PDF has been created using Adobe Acrobat 5.

However, after retesting with Adobe Acrobat Reader 6, we found out that the file which should be transferred as FDF gets posted with length 0 when posted using Adobe Acrobat Reader 6.

The solution still works with Adobe Acrobat 4+5 Reader, only Adobe Acrobat Reader 6 causes problems.

Do you know what might cause this?
Is FDF no longer supported for Adobe Acrobat Reader 6?
Do we have to update the Adobe Acrobat to 6 to make this work?

thx alot for any ideas....



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