Cannot save form to local directory

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07-08-2008

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I have a problem saving form to a local directory c:\temp. I am using write document service and the path pattern in Input field is set to C:\temp\filename.pdf. Document variable is a doc var where the form is being stored. What wrong am i doing in this. The form is not saved in the above location.

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07-08-2008

Try to put C:/temp/filename.pdf.



Java doesn't like "\" and I'm not sure if we replace them.



If not, then maybe your form variable is empty. Can you use a ReadDocument and point to a PDF to make sure the variables contains something.



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08-08-2008

Hi Jasmin



How do i make sure that my variable is not empty. I mean how do i check that

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11-08-2008

You can use the Variable Logger (under Foundation).



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13-08-2008

also the form will be saved on the server,not on the machine from which you are running workbench(unless workbench and server are on the same box!)

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22-08-2008

Are you seeing any errors in the server log? Your inputs seem to be right.