You can't. The name of the file will be the name of the originating PDF. If you are running in preview mode the name will be a temp name that is not very useful. Once you save the form and run it from your OS then it will have a proper name.
I used a regular button and the digital signature to it. I have it set to send the form via e-mail with a subject Title. When testing it I noticed that after the user presses the button to sign and submit the form it populates the signature on the screen and after you press ok it goes ahead and e-mnails the form to the correct E-mail account, but that signature does not show when opening that E-mail. It shows the button still there. I want it to produce the signature of the person signing when it is sent, not hte button itself and I would also like hte form to lock after it is signed an sent so no changes can be made to the form.
I'm trying to change the subject line, body, and cc in a re-programmed and successfully tested submit process. I tried now in several ways to put code discussed here into this script but I get either invalid token messages or nothing happens when I hit the submit button. Does someone know how to adapt this script:
I'd love to get this too. I am trying to get a form to submit by email with the subject line of the email generated from two text fields in the PDF. I don't know how to program, but I could insert the code if instructed how. My eyes are going cross trying to figure this out. Can anyone help?
So, instead of DropDownList1.rawValue, I would insert:
TextField1.rawValue + TextField2.rawValue (instead of dropdownlist1.rawValue)
a ? between the to address and the subject
a & symbol between every other parameter...
Paul, could I send you my form for you to change? Once I see how you do it I'm sure I can modify the rest of my forms. I'm not even sure how to insert the code without LiveCycle requiring that I change the form to .xpd... I've never programmed anything before.