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Submit button within Interactive adobe form

Hi,

We have developed an Interactive adobe form and inserted a submit button within it We have installed ACI also.We tried putting the submit button both within the adobe form body and also within the webdynpro java view. In both the cases pressing the submit button does not result in any action. Please advise on what we are missing. We checked the forums for similar issues and found out that we are abiding by most of it.

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anantharam

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    Posted on Jun 13, 2008 at 03:07 PM

    Hi Anantharam,

    Please create and action in your view and attach it to your Interactive form UI element's onSubmit event. By doing this, whenecver you press the Submit button in the form, this action will be invoked. You can place any methots/code that you want to execute on click of submit button.

    If you are using the button outside the form, then you try printing one of the values that you filled in the form which is binded to context. This way you can test.

    If you are using WDP activex UI element s in the form then you need to have ACF installed on the machine and also ensure that the displayMode property of Interactive form is set to ActiveX.

    Hope this helps!!

    Regards,

    Arafat

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    • Former Member

      hi,

      Thanks for the quick reply. I would like to give you a brief on what we are trying to do. I have this interactive adobe form that is prepopulated with some information from the SAP backend. In one of the fields I try to change the text. Let us say,

      initially, the field has the text "ABC" and I try to change that "DEF". When I press submit (submit button within the body of the adobe form), nothing happens and no error message is thrown. I repeat the same action by pressing the button that is provided within the Webdynpro JAVA view. In this case also I do not see the changed text ("DEF") getting reflected. I am not sure what is missing in our approach.

      We have the ACF installed in our system. Please kindly advise on what we need to do in order get over this issue.

      thanks

      anantharam

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    Posted on Jun 16, 2008 at 10:45 AM

    Hi, fixed on my own. I uninstalled ACF and reinstalled. Deleted all my cookies in the browser and checked and it works.

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