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Re: XDP <pdf href="..."> doesn't load data if PDF is online
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Please post some code from your xdf file so we know we are on the samepage. I have solved this problem before.

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Your pdf wouldn't get populated with data if you are not loading the pdflocally. Unless you have some licenses or perhaps certifications,... Itssupposed to be a security risk blocked by Adobe!I found the work around to embed the pdf in the xdp file using base64encoding as oppose to linking to it.Hope this helps

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I was wrong change MIME type helped but did not solve the problem.Opening an XDP file in browser causes Acrobat to issue the error message in my original post.Please help.

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Submit/save form field values fine, how to save comments, too?
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Currently using simple HTTP submition in our forms, where user fills out a form and click on a submit button which in turn makes a HTTP POST request to our web server. Web server treats the submittion just like it was submitted from a html form.Ther process works just fine. Exept now we need to let user to make comments and save them as well as the form field values.I suspect its not possible to do so with simple HTTP POST requests.Do we have to use livecycle? Can we make our own web services?Th...

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