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dropdown values are not being displayed in Adobe PDF form

Hi experts,

I want to populate the Adobe form UI elements (Dropdown and Text field) with the value which i am passing from Web dynpro View context.

WebDynpro-view-context is mapped to the Adobe context through the Interactive form UI element DataSource Property.

View context:

here DDB_NODE is being populated through the View's WDDOINIT hook method and ensured correct values are being populating.

I have binded the DataSource property of the Interactive form UI element with the Node ADOBE shown above.

In adobe form layout, i have placed the Dropdown field (Standard category) and binded the DDB_NODE from data view as shown below.

Still values are not displaying in Dropdown and Text field both in PDF in web browser.

Please suggest.



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    Posted on Jan 04, 2014 at 11:52 AM

    Hi Jagesh,

    in the View's WDDOINIT hook method, Just bind internal table with node as below :


    and in your UI element for Adobe -- Data Source mapped with most parent Context node.

    Binding done in ABOVE form is ok.

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    • Hi Nirav,

      Thanks for your reply.

      as I mentioned I have done the Node Binding properly and in debugging i can see the values are being updating in that Node.

      I have also binded the Data Source property of the Interactive form UI element with the most Parent Node of the View context.

      i have also done the Dynamic values binding in Adobe form layout for the Drop down field.

      still values are not being populated.

      Step by step for this task would be more helpful.



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