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pguerett

08-12-2008

You can use a digital signature to lock down the document. The signature will create a hache value of the form and it will be compared ech time the doc is opened. If a change to the doc is made (unscrupulously) then the signature will be invalid and you will know that the doc has been tampered with. You can even compare the two docs to find out where the change was made.

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_Bill_Bain_

08-12-2008

Thanks. I'll have to "play" with digital signature to see how that works.



It's a jungle out there . . . .

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10-12-2008

Hello Paul, can you send me a sample too?

info@erkwerk.nl

Thanks in advance

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pguerett

10-12-2008

Just sent it

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10-12-2008

Hi Paul,



I have a similar need. Could you send the code to desaipr@dslextreme.com



TIA.

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10-12-2008

Just sent it

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11-12-2008

Just sent it

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pguerett

11-12-2008

It would not make sense out of context unless you were intimate with the XFA object model.