That may be what it is. It's not even full Acrobat that cleans it up,
it's simply opening and saving it in Adobe Reader. The fact that we only
see the growth when opening the form via the browser seems to indicate
there is a difference in the functioning of Adobe Reader and the control
(supplied with Adobe Reader) which the browser uses to open a PDF.
We've have done that with our real forms showing this problem and the
XML data does not grow, it's identical. The simple test form I created
to reproduce the problem (which just has one field on it) doesn't have a
schema defined on it.
The test form had that property set to Automatic. I changed it to
Manually but I still see the issue unfortunately. I'm not sure if there
is a way for me to actually attach my test form here. I don't have any
place to host it that I could just link to.
We are seeing an odd form behavior and have isolated the apparent
trigger to something we are doing in the form script. I'm hoping someone
can confirm they see the same problem, details follow:We have a form
generated in LiveCycle. It contains a text field. In the docReady event
(TextField1.access = "readOnly"). We reader extend the form so we can
save it from reader and/or the plug-in/control which is used by a
browser when r...
We have done some further testing and discovered a couple of important
things:1) If we open a version of the form that has grown (even after
several saves via the browser), but open it in Adobe Reader then save
it, the form reverts to its original size. So, whatever the plug-in is
adding to file on a save is being removed again if Adobe Reader is
used.2) This is not just happening on the form mentioned above. It
appears to happen on any form in which we have embedded XML data. We
have another mu...
I have an SAP Adobe form (PDF) and we are seeing a difference in the
Save behavior between when it is viewed in Adobe Reader vs. the adobe
plug-in(?) for Internet Explorer.When the form is viewed in Internet
Explorer, every time the user saves the form the file size grows (even
with no data changes in the form - i.e., open the form, hit save). This
is not true if the form is opened in Adobe Reader.The form in question
has multiple pages but the only fields directly bound to the SAP source
are a ...