Corrupted PDF

Avatar

Avatar
Boost 1
Level 1
mariyadass44485
Level 1

Like

1 like

Total Posts

2 posts

Correct reply

0 solutions
Top badges earned
Boost 1
View profile

Avatar
Boost 1
Level 1
mariyadass44485
Level 1

Like

1 like

Total Posts

2 posts

Correct reply

0 solutions
Top badges earned
Boost 1
View profile
mariyadass44485
Level 1

18-03-2019

Hi,

We designed some of the PDF's in AEM forms 6.3 using Designer.

We are using some UI data to pull it in forms by calling service when we click on button in UI.

It is showing the error "There was an error opening this document. The file is damaged and could not be repaired."

when im adding some extra data and generating the document.

Can someone tell me where is the issue and some solution ?

Regards,

Mariyadas

9666631396

Replies

Avatar

Avatar
Give Back 3
Employee
MatthewLaun
Employee

Likes

5 likes

Total Posts

14 posts

Correct reply

3 solutions
Top badges earned
Give Back 3
Give Back
Boost 5
Boost 3
Boost 1
View profile

Avatar
Give Back 3
Employee
MatthewLaun
Employee

Likes

5 likes

Total Posts

14 posts

Correct reply

3 solutions
Top badges earned
Give Back 3
Give Back
Boost 5
Boost 3
Boost 1
View profile
MatthewLaun
Employee

18-03-2019

Mariyadas,

If the error is true, it can be extremely difficult to find problems in the PDF syntax and find them. If you can figure out that nature of what's wrong, we might be able to see what led to that. Can the PDF be opened in Acrobat? There are some fixup tools in Acrobat's Print Productions > Preflight tool that can sometimes restore consistency. Tell more about the life cycle of the PDF?

Regards,

Mattkew

Avatar

Avatar
Springboard
Level 10
Mayank_Gandhi
Level 10

Likes

327 likes

Total Posts

1,153 posts

Correct reply

185 solutions
Top badges earned
Springboard
Establish
Validate 1
Contributor 2
Ignite 5
View profile

Avatar
Springboard
Level 10
Mayank_Gandhi
Level 10

Likes

327 likes

Total Posts

1,153 posts

Correct reply

185 solutions
Top badges earned
Springboard
Establish
Validate 1
Contributor 2
Ignite 5
View profile
Mayank_Gandhi
Level 10

18-03-2019

Adding to what Matt mentioned above here is how you can check via preflight:

Analyzing documents with the Preflight tool (Adobe Acrobat Pro)

Correcting problem areas with the Preflight tool (Acrobat Pro)

By any chance are you transferring the pdf over the network?

Avatar

Avatar
Give Back 5
Employee
kjaeggin
Employee

Likes

17 likes

Total Posts

110 posts

Correct reply

11 solutions
Top badges earned
Give Back 5
Give Back 3
Give Back 10
Give Back
Boost 5
View profile

Avatar
Give Back 5
Employee
kjaeggin
Employee

Likes

17 likes

Total Posts

110 posts

Correct reply

11 solutions
Top badges earned
Give Back 5
Give Back 3
Give Back 10
Give Back
Boost 5
View profile
kjaeggin
Employee

29-03-2019

is there any chance you can upload the sample pdf with sample data which reproduces the error? I might be able to tell why.