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How can i kill the Adobe Reader session right away?

srinivas1506
Level 8
Level 8

Hello

I have developed an interactive form, my_form. And we launch / render this my_form in (ERP / SAP) application's portal IE browser, well.

Say, user opened this form, worked on it, submitted (we have our own submit button) and closed the window by clicking the top right corner's X button, but user is seeing stll the red Reader icon on the bottom bar, even thought the user is closed the window completely

If user try to close this reader red reader icon explicitly, user is getting the other exception popup as Runtime error as described here http://forums.adobe.com/thread/391738

Hence, am thinking to KILL the reader session right away the moment user closes the window, pls. let me know,

1) How can i KILL the reader session via JavaScript, is it possible?

2) if so, what the JS code i need to put and

3) in which event pls.?

Thank you

2 Replies
srinivas1506
Level 8
Level 8

In to my original posting, am attaching these pics

On my desktop it looks like below,

Adobe embedded in SAP app.jpg

1) Even though user is closing the window but still the reader icon is lying on the bottom

Reader not closing 1.jpg

2) Once user double cliks the above red icon, user is getting below popup

Path Roaming MS issue.jpg

Thank you