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Al Wilsonfillable PDF
on Thu, 31 May 2018 15:52:50 -0700
Hi Everyone:
What kind of WAA solution can someone suggest that would allow a 
fillable PDF to be rendered with the ability to accept user input to 
fill in the form fields of the PDF?
The PDF form has been created by a third party and is stored on the WAA 
server.
Thank you

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Klaus OverhageRe: fillable PDF
on Fri, 01 Jun 2018 07:07:28 +0200
You can use the xpppdf tool form Edgar Borger 
(http://www.borger.com.b/softsupply/)
or the foxit quick pdf library
for this

Am 01.06.2018 um 00:52 schrieb Al Wilson:
> Hi Everyone:
> What kind of WAA solution can someone suggest that would allow a 
> fillable PDF to be rendered with the ability to accept user input to 
> fill in the form fields of the PDF?
> The PDF form has been created by a third party and is stored on the WAA 
> server.
> Thank you
> 
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Al WilsonRe: fillable PDF
on Wed, 13 Jun 2018 11:54:33 -0700
Does anyone know how to load a 3rd party C++ DLL (XPPPDF52.DLL) in the 
WAA server?
Is it done in the waa1srv.cfg file, in the prg file, in the xpj file or 
somewhere else?

On 5/31/18 10:07 PM, Klaus Overhage wrote:
> You can use the xpppdf tool form Edgar Borger 
> (http://www.borger.com.b/softsupply/)
> or the foxit quick pdf library
> for this
> 
> Am 01.06.2018 um 00:52 schrieb Al Wilson:
>> Hi Everyone:
>> What kind of WAA solution can someone suggest that would allow a 
>> fillable PDF to be rendered with the ability to accept user input to 
>> fill in the form fields of the PDF?
>> The PDF form has been created by a third party and is stored on the 
>> WAA server.
>> Thank you
>>
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