I have a PDF that I created in Livecycle Designer ES 8.2. Works great.
Once the user of the PDF is finished they submit the PDF document to
my webserver via HTTP submit button. I have a PHP script on my
webserver that accepts the PDF being uploaded to it.
If you use my PDF inside a browser window and hit the submit pdf button, it works PERFECT.
If you open the exact same PDF with Adobe Reader 8 or Adobe Reader 9,
and press the same button, it uploads the PDF file, and then gives me a "time-out error - Nothing done" - box with Adobe 9 or with Adobe Reader 8 is gives an error that it "Did not received expect html/text - Timed out error."
It appears when you run the PDF from Acrobat Reader instead of inside
a web browser, it uses a different transfer system to send files over the internet.
Can anyone give me some insight as to what response the Adobe Reader 8
or 9 wants from my upload script so I don't get an error box? I currently have a simple web message that is displayed it it uploads successfully.
Strangely I have a submit button that send the XML data from the form. When I use that inside a browser or inside Adobe Reader, it works perfect either way. Weird.