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Re: Interactive Adobe PDF forms

Hi,

In interactive Adobe PDF forms only two events are give such as OnCheck and OnSubmit. Is it possible to use other events appart from check and submit.If so how to use it and where to code it.

Is Interactive pdf forms are ment for these two purposes only.

Thanks and regards .

Karthik

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    Posted on Sep 19, 2007 at 01:24 PM

    Hi

    The other events you may need would be mostly for field level validations. The adobe framework allows one to write javascripts. Every UI element on the Adobe will have its own set of events. For eg say u want to fill a dropdown frm a RFC when an other UI in the form is clicked and you choose not to use the oncheck or submit action, here is the way:

    Make the RFC a webservice, call the webservice using javascript in the onclick action of UI element 1. Similarly you can use other events to fill, validate and manipulate data. Finally once all that is done submit the data to SAP. Hope it helps. Thank you.

    regards

    LNV

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    Posted on Sep 19, 2007 at 03:29 PM

    Hello,

    You can use other events but make sure what type of mode your using.

    If you are using native mode..You will find list of actions in web dynpro native mode and same as for Active X mode. you can write your methods and actions and call them in pdf but these are only helpful to validate your statements in pdf but not for submission. For submission, you have to use "Submit Method". i hope it will help you

    Best Regards

    Ravi Golla

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