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Topic: Online PDF Review: Cannot send comments
Conf: (P-PDF) Acrobat 6.0, Msg: 97699
From: mitchelt
Date: 10/5/2003 12:12 AM

Hi,

I created a folder on our web site and gave it full Read/Write/Execute permissions, on our Win2K Server.

On the actual PDF file under Edit/Preferences/Reviewing I selected "WebDav" and for the server settings I put

http://xxxxxxx.net/pdfs/Revised_Blank_MM_form.fdf

and I also tried:

http://xxxxxxx.net/pdfs/

I then uploaded the PDF using an FTP program.

I went back into Acrobat and tried the:
"Review & Comment / Upload for Browser Based Review" and it asked if I wanted to overwrite the file, I said yes and the file was overwritten and I immediately got the "Invite users to review window". I sent the invite to myself.

When I opened the FDF file, a browser window opened along with the PDF file that is online. I made a simple comment and pressed the "Send & Receive Comments" button and got the following error:

"Your comments cannot be sent because the server is unavailable"

I don't understand this error, can someone shed some light on it?

Has anyone gotten this to work...have I missed something?

Thanks!

Mitch


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