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AEM Designer 6.5 and PDF 2.0 (ISO 32000-2)

Sonic42
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This may be a bit of a basic question but I have been searching for hours and I am yet to find a simple answer to this question.

 

I understand that when using AEM Desginer I am creating XFA based forms that are now depreciated in the ISO 32000-2 standard.

 

What I would like to know, is if there is any method to create an ISO 32000-2 (PDF 2.0) compliant fillable form using AEM Forms/AEM Designer, or am I pooched and I need to use a seperate software to do so.

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berliant
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AEM Forms Designer doesn’t make ‘regular’ PDF’. The designer makes XFA-based PDF’s and only Acrobat/Reader can open them. So, AEM Forms Designer cannot produce PDF 2.0

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berliant
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Employee
Employee

AEM Forms Designer doesn’t make ‘regular’ PDF’. The designer makes XFA-based PDF’s and only Acrobat/Reader can open them. So, AEM Forms Designer cannot produce PDF 2.0

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Sonic42
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Thank you for that confirmation. Another question I have relates to adaptive HTML 5 forms built using AEM Forms (Not AEM Designer). If someone fills out an adaptive form with their web browser and I have it set to create a PDF document of record once the online form is completed, I am assuming that PDF would include XFA language?