Mayank, thanks for your quick response. Maybe you can help with syntax
for the post function. Currently, I am getting no response from the
server when using the post function but when testing the put function I
get an error that indicates the put function was not accepted by the
server. I can make successful file uploads using a simple HTML form that
has the post method enctype of multipart/form-data.
I need a little help. My goal is to upload a PDF file to a URL and read
the HTML response from the server. Is it possible to do this using the
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
goal is to emulate the simple form upload that illustrated below in
HTML.Choose a file to upload: When I use
the HTTP submit button to send the form to the target URL it returns a
message that states:
("resultCode=FAILED&errorMessage=Attempt+to+Upload+0+files")When I use...
Yes. Maybe I misunderstood the previous post but it sounds like by
entering the URL to the file residing on the server the file would be
attached to the form when submitted.Here is the original post:
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...