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Problems in Image Field in Interactive Forms

Hi,

I have an Application where I need to display the Employee's Photo in the Interactive PDF form in Portal.

I am able to display it by using the <b>Image Field</b> UI Element in the Form Designer.

Using some scripting <i><b>(language:-> FormCalc)</b></i> that dynamically sets the URL as per the data, being sent from the Back-end.

<i><b>this.value.image.href =PDFSource.#subform[0].Subform1.ImageField1.formattedValue;</b></i>

But when I click on the Image Field area in the generated PDF form, I am getting a Browse option, using which I am able to change the uploaded photo.

Is there any way that I can stop this (browsing option) from happening.

Thanking in Advance

Poojith M V

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    Posted on Nov 27, 2007 at 03:21 PM

    Hi Poojith, test:

    PDFSource.#subform[0].ImageField1.access="readOnly";

    bye.

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  • author's profile photo Former Member
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    Posted on Nov 27, 2007 at 04:17 PM

    Poojith,

    Use the Image(not the image field). Image field would allow you to browse and set your own image at run time. Replacing the "Image field" with Image would solve your problem. Refer to the Designer help for the difference.

    Thanks!

    Surya.

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    Posted on Dec 03, 2007 at 02:27 PM

    Poojith,

    Has your problem been resolved. Let me know if my solution didn't work for you. I can suggest more here for you.

    Thanks!

    Surya.

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