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19-06-2008

Hi



Is it possible to programatically execute scripts embedded in a pdf right after it has been rendered by form server?



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I am not sure I follow ...do you wantt a script to run on the server or the client?

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Hi Paul



I found a work-a-round but ideally yea I did want the script to execute client side, but I thought about it for awhile and realized that how could the script execute on *DocReady if the form wasn't opened?? By server-side do you mean LiveCycle ES Forms, does Forms have the power to execute a script embedded in a form after it has rendered it??



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