I have created a stand alone static PDF document using the Designer 7.0.
I have some code that checks the document to ensure the proper data fields have been filled out before the user can sign the form. After signing the form the, the user is supposed to click a submit button where 2 things happen, first the data is sent for processing (do not the the digital signature info here) and second a copy of the PDF is save for archiving purposes (with digital signature).
What I need to know is how do I verify the digital signature field is not null or empty?
If I check its raw value, before and after are the same (null or empty even thought I can see that the form has been signed by looking at the screen). If I used the signatureInfo functions available in professional, I get a security violation error. The form is filled out using Adobe Reader and the forms have digital signature right added via the Reader Extensions v6.0.
Thanks Charles, That seemed to do the trick. It seems there are some serious inconsistancies between Professional and Designer. Yeah, I am tring to get 7.1, it seems 7.0 crashed on me at random times too.
I have tried this to NO avail. I am absolutely lost and a rookie at this. Can someone break this down a little bit for me? Which object does this script go in? Which event do I select in the object to trigger the script?