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Impersonalized form document rights are no longer valid after db lookup

Hi,

I have an impersonalized form which does some client side database lookup. The idea is that I can fill the data off-line, save it and submit it when online. Everything is working fine if I am entering all the data manually. I am able to use the same pdf multiple times. This is not working if I am opening a form which was saved after some client side database lookup. It is complaining that "document rights are no longer valid".

I have installed the SAP given credentials and there is no issue with the credentials (as far as I know). What could be the problem? This is not working with both GP and Webdynpro. Appreciate if you could lead me to an answer.

Thanks

Ram

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    Posted on Oct 20, 2006 at 04:11 AM

    you say "it's not working with GP and WD. do you mean "your newly rendered PDFs are not submitting anymore?". do you have problem creating new impersonalized forms that can submit? your db lookup from the form should not altered the PDF rights as far as i know.

    are you saying your impersonalized form used to submit successfully many times and after you did a db lookup from one of the field in your form then the submit stopped working? if you created a new impersonalized form again from the same template, can you repeat the same problem?

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      Hi Andre,

      Thanks for the response. My form used to submit successfully many times. It will stop working if I do a DB lookup. I can create new impersonalized form again from the same template and can recreate the problem.

      Thanks

      Ram

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