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Re: Calling a RESTFUL WCF Service
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Thanks for your reply. The forms and the service can be hosted in the same domain. For being Reader Extended, I'm not sure if that would be a licensing or a plugin thing.I was provided with a PDF form that I would need to prefill with information. Can I convert the PDF form to one that is Adapative ? Sorry every technical term is quite new to me as I have just been into AEM for 2 weeks.

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I tried this to make a web service call. Is it possible to embed jQuery in the PDF form or what would be the correct way to do this? I am using AEM 6.2 function CallRESTWCF() { var caseId = $("#txtCaseId").val(); //I've also tried passing txtCaseId.rawValue varType = "GET"; varUrl = "http://localhost/WCF_Service/ABCD.svc/" + "GetPersonInfoByCaseIdREST/" + caseId; //Data = '{"Id": "' + caseId + '"}'; varContentType = "application/json; charset=utf-8"; varDataType = "json"; varProcessData = true; $.ajax({ type: varType, //GET or POST or PUT or DELETE verb url: varUrl, // Location of the service data: varData, //Data sent to server contentType: varContentType, // content type sent to server dataType: varDataType, //Expected data format from server processdata: varProcessData, //True or False success: function (msg) {//On Successfull service call //alert(msg); ServiceSucceeded(msg); }, error: function () { alert("service call failed"); } }); }

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