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Re: Call Same Web Service Multiple Times
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Multiple calls work fine for me.Just create a new data connection and that's it.

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I already found a solution in one of your posts. But I was wondering if I could achieve something similar inside my process after submitting the PDF form.

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Is there a way to extract the values inside datasets?My process requires the initial XSD (with data).I've tried using processFormSubmission and exportData to transform PDF to XML but I was only able to get the structures of the datasets (without data).

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Thank you for your answer. That's exactly what I tried after I've posted my last message. Changing the data type of the input variable did the trick for me. I'm surprised no one suggested that before.

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One more thing... just to make things more clear.In case I want to submit my form with attachments or with digital signature - which document type do I need to create - XDP or PDF?

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I'm having similar problems.When I change the "Submit As" property on the FSSUBMIT_ button to "PDF" an error occurs while submitting the form (with signature):Task 1811 has failed to submit. (ALC-WKS-007-072)A more detailed look at the log reveals this:ALC-WKS-005-029: A problem occurred in the Submit Service. Please review the submit orchestration for this process.I tried adding Form Bridge but that doesn't seem to help either.Here are some facts:- I'm using static pdf form- I'm using xfaForm a...

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Is the compression/encoding done automatically when i submit the form?If not, is there an easy way to accomplish this?

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One more question regarding this solution.In what format are the attachments transformed to when i submit the form and send the data to the background process?

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Is it possible to do this with the help of an arrray?I'm trying to access a web service with document/literal encoding. The problem is that both input and output messages are of complex type.I also tried using SOAP.connect instead of SOAP.request. I managed to pass a string to my web service and successfully receive the response. So I guess I'll have to go with that.

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So where does that leave us?Are you saying that there's no way to access a web service with complex input and output messages? Not even with custom written Javascript?

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And again...My email: tomaz.kresevic(at)genis.siRegardsToma

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