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Topic: using vb 6.0 to 'automation' test PDF forms
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 97116
From: rtmclean
Date: 9/25/2003 06:00 AM

My problem is that (1) I am in the process of developing an Automated Testing program in VB to test a package of PDF forms re validation scripts on the Forms.
The program is being written in VB 6.0, and I am working with:
Set MyField1Object = jso.getField("txtField1") ' where txtField1 is the name of a pdf text field

but I do not want to hard code it i.e. i do not want to say "txtField1",
I want to read the value "txtField1" from a VB text Field
if anyone can help, I would greatly appreciate it.
Taylor McLean




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