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Tutorial on uploading offline Adobe form

Does anyone know any link to Thomas Jung or anyone else who teaches how to upload offline Adobe Form to Web Dynpro.

Thanks.

Also, if you know any link talks about downloading / emailing modified (changing values to interactive form) Adobe form, please let me know.

Thanks for all your help!

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    Posted on Sep 12, 2008 at 07:54 PM

    Hi John ,

    You can refer to this blog

    Uploading SAP Interactive Form on the ABAP WebDynpro View

    regards

    pankaj prasoon

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    • Thanks.

      I saw that blog already.

      One of the comments Thomsa Jung mentioned in that blog says that with new native type, those codes are no longer necessary... so, that's why I was wondering if there is new blog/tutorial that show how to use native way to upload data.

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    Posted on Nov 05, 2008 at 07:24 PM

    Hi John and all,

    I am working on the uploading offline Adobe form. Do you know how to read table data from the pdf source?

    Thanks,

    Michelle

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    • Former Member John Lee

      John,

      Thank you for the link. Looks like our system is applicable to the OSS note 1055738. I am working on it.

      I had the same result as what you got while creating dynamic tables(Add, Delete rows) in the adobe form. Alternatively, I create standard tables with the fixed rows, since all the required tables have the fixed rows.

      Let me know if you have any new discoveries.

      Thanks,

      Michelle

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