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Re: Signature Validation Reverts to "Unknown" after Signing
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I've found the solution. I had several "page X of Y" fields in my form and had the signature block set to lock them after signature. Once I excluded those fields from being locked, the problem resolved itself.

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I am having an issue with validating the signature on a form I am working on. The form is used to track maintenance and repair on shop equipment, and I'm using the signature to close the form out once it's completely filled in. The problem is that, for some reason, when I run the PDF and digitally sign the form, the signature initially shows as being validated, but then the validation status reverts to "unknown." I've run a temporary script on several of the signature field's events and found th...

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After some experimentation, I've found that the problem seems to occur if there are subforms on a master page. Once I removed the offending subforms from my form, the signature validated correctly.

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I'd go for something like this on the exit event of the last field in Row 1:var objWhere1 = xfa.resolveNode("Row1[" + (_Row1.count - 1) + "]");var objWhere2; _Row1.addInstance();if (objWhere1.change_checkbox.rawValue == "1"){ _Row2.addInstance(); objWhere2 = xfa.resolveNode("Row2[" + (_Row2.count - 1) + "]"); objWhere2.PN1.rawValue = objWhere1.PN1.rawValue; objWhere2.PN2.rawValue = objWhere1.PN2.rawValue;}

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I'm having the same issue as well. In addition to the additions/deletions to the master pages, the signature panel indicates that a field on the title page of my form was filled in after validation. I ran a temporary script on the signature field's postSign event, using Acrobat's signatureGetModifications() method, to narrow down where the updates are occurring, and it seems that they're taking place either at the same time the signature is validated or just after. The form is set to automatical...

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You have to use the Acrobat getField method to access signatureValidate. Since it's an Acrobat method rather than an XFA method, you put event.target at the beginning of the reference.var oState = event.target.getField("form1[0].SignatureField[0]").signatureValidate();

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getField's argument has to be the complete path to the signature field, including explicit instance indices, e.g. "form1[0].page1[0].Main[0].DeptHeadApproval[0]".

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I think you need to make felt1 a string. I've tried using somExpression as the argument to getField as well and it just doesn't work. Try something like this:var felt1 = "form1[0].side1[0].sub_Underskrift[0].fld_Underskrift[0]";Hope this helps.Christopher Allen

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You'll need to change the "eq" operators to "=", the assignment operator, in your "then" statements, as well as in the final "else." "eq" is the alternate form for "==", the equality operator.

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