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Re: how do I prefill an xdp/pdf and then submit the completed form to database - Adobe LiveCycle 25-06-2013
I did not know that they javascript got copied to the pdf. Thanks that helpsDean-O

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Re: how do I prefill an xdp/pdf and then submit the completed form to database - Adobe LiveCycle 24-06-2013
I need to populate the xdp file or don't I? If I have a folder with the xdp and the pdf in the same folder and I have javascript in the xdp file, will it interact with the pdf form fields?

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Re: how do I prefill an xdp/pdf and then submit the completed form to database - Adobe LiveCycle 24-06-2013
Thanks for your reply... but i don't believe that does not apply to PDFs and XDP files created in Life Cycle... unless I missed something. Please advise.XDP files are the new form tool for Adobe, but not sure I like the change. They have gotten rid of the document level javascripts, which is what would be used to populate a PDF, but not an XDP file.Any others have any ideas on how I can create a link in a web page that would point to an xdp file (new adobe form) and send in url parameters to pre...

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How do you do document level javascript docopen in acrobat pro lifecycle designer - Adobe LiveCycle 21-06-2013
You used to be able to do document level javascripts like document open and process parameters from a url to prefill a pdf file. How do you do that in acrobat pro 10 or life cycle designer?Thanks in advance Dean-O

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how do I prefill an xdp/pdf and then submit the completed form to database - Adobe LiveCycle 21-06-2013
I would like to send prefilled data into the xdp/pdf file.The starting point would be a web page, with a link that directs the user to the xdp/pdf file and prefill that form with some data from the url link. Then let the person complete the rest of the form and click on a submit button which would send the form to a url so I can process the data into a datbase.I did this in the past with Acrobat 5. Now I have Acrobat Pro 10 with lifecycle designer.I am looking for tutorial on this material.Thank...

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