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Image in Adobe Forms


I'm uploading an image from my desktop by creating a image element in adobe forms.

It is working fine in Development system. Not in my others can also see the image when they run from their systems. It is not yet moved to Q.

Is there any problem when it is moved to Q. Can all see this image.

How image will save in adobe forms when it is selected from PC. is there any other way?



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    Posted on Jan 25, 2014 at 07:47 AM

    Either you can embedded a image directly in adobe as you said above (which is like hard coding). And it moved to other system when you move the parent TR for your adobe form.There is NP in it.

    Or else you can upload the image to SAP in SE78.And link that to your Image field at adobe form level.

    This is kind of dynamic approach where changing the image details in SE78, gets reflected in your adobe form and you need not to change it explicitly at adobe level again. You can generate a TR for this image at SE78 it self and use that as a stand alone entry for moving it to other system.

    Also you have another option of providing image URL at adobe for context level.

    Check for your appropriate option.



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