I read in one of the posts that there are two ways to upload / attach a PDF file to a PDF form. The conventional way of allowing the end user to browse their hard drive and attach a file and submit the attached file with the FDF form data, and the secondary approach in which the end user links to a file residing on a Web server and then submits the form data. I was hoping there are some sample scripts that illustrates the second approach of linking to a document residing on a Web server for file upload via a PDF form.
Thanks again for your help. I guess the real issue I'm trying to solve for is uploading a PDF file to URL and getting a success message return i.e. ("resultCode=SUCCESS&fileAuthToken=65922027422002491920600182984091022955832")
My goal is to emulate the simple form upload that illustrated below in HTML.
That was not how I read the thread, and the sample, which is on page 8 or somewhere down the chain doesn't do that. There is a http get method available, maybe you could use that. But it would depend on the file type. I have tried with image files and never got it to work, there seemed to be a problem with handling null characters in a file, but a text, html, xml, json file would probably be ok.