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SAP Interactive Forms by Adobe: prestarted question...


I'm a very newbie to "SAP Interactive Forms by Adobe".

My requirements are as follow :

I want to send my users a PDF file containing drop down list box with data from SAP system.

I mainly want the forms to be my validation tool.

after word, when I will get the PDF back from the user I want to manipulate them and check the data into SAP system ...

as I understand ... I need a :

JAVA web Dynpro.

use the "SAP Interactive Forms by Adobe".

create some ABAP code for the last step...

can it be done by "SAP Interactive Forms by Adobe"?

Is that it ?

another thing ... is there any good example to this in the web ?

I've tried to download the "SAP Interactive Forms by Adobe: Offline scenarios possibilities" by Francois Gendebien.

but got an error ... can anyone send me this example (


Hadar Morchi

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    Posted on Dec 26, 2007 at 09:50 AM

    hi Hadar,

    i sent you a tutorial on your mail.

    check it out...



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    Posted on Feb 29, 2008 at 08:42 AM

    You do not need Java web dynpor or Abap web dynpro at all. Java stack is needed.


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  • Posted on May 22, 2013 at 06:00 AM


    I am new to SAP ADOBE forms, i want to learn from starting, can any one send basic tutorials for SAP ADOBE Forms,

    Please send to this mail id

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