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Accessing SOAP Web Services: Running on Acrobat 9, But NOT on Adobe Reader 9.

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Hi All,

I am using webservice to populate form control. It is working fine in Acrobat 9 but When I am opening form in Adobe Reader 9 its NOT WORKING. Its niether giving any error nor any respone. Do Adobe Reader need some extra code to access/run web services or where I am wrong? Please help.

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Abhinav

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Hi Anhinav,

Because reader is not "extended" Web Services will not work on Reader.  They do however (as you've noted) work in Acrobat, which is "extended".

To make web services work in Reader, you will need to purchase the LiveCycle Reader Extensions.

Hope that helps.

Jay

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Correct answer by
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Hi Anhinav,

Because reader is not "extended" Web Services will not work on Reader.  They do however (as you've noted) work in Acrobat, which is "extended".

To make web services work in Reader, you will need to purchase the LiveCycle Reader Extensions.

Hope that helps.

Jay

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