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unique file name - 6dk1632m3a06f9lh.xml

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01-10-2008

If I
Submit by Email from within Designer 8 - from the Preview Tab - the programme generates a unique file name, i.e. 6dk1632m3a06f9lh.xml(or XDP) yet when I
Submit by Email directly from Reader it gives the xml file name the same name as the host PDF i.e. ThePDFFormName.xml. Now I would like to use the former because when I receive back the XML files, I'd prefer to save them locally and not have to rename or save them into a differing locations. Then at the end of the day I can batch them ready for a spreadsheet.

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To add to John's Question:



Is there any way to programmatically set the file name to assume the name of one of the fields in the form?



(I have worked out how to put a field name into the Subject line and body copy of the email)



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To add to John's Question:



Is there any way to programmatically set the file name to assume the name of one of the fields in the form?



(I have worked out how to put a field name into the Subject line and body copy of the email)



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There is no way to change the file name programmatically that I know of.