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creating the Adobe Interactive form Dynamically

Hi All,

Could anyone let me know whether we can create adobe intractive forms dynamically and can ceate the input feilds dynamically at runtime.

Regards,

Nithya

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    Posted on Apr 05, 2010 at 12:34 PM

    Hi Nithya,

    I dont think its possible to create form dynamically. You have to create interface and based on this you have to design your form so I think it cannot.

    Can you tell what is your scenario so that there might be other ways some one can suggest you.

    Regards,

    Ravi.

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    • Nithya, is it a requirement from your client or you yourself want to create such tool. As per my understanding client is not going to come up with such a requirement. However you want to try it you can. As I have already stated its not impossible but very very difficult.

      First, you need to analyse the xml code for every UI element in Adobe Live Cycle designer.

      Second, You will be required to put the code in arranged manner according to the user input.

      Third, This all xml code will be required to be converted to binary data to generate the form.

      Fourth, there could be a lot of errors, and it will be very very difficult to find out them.

      Fifth, Such thing is not supported by SAP and it will be your own tool and no one has done it so far. So it will be quite challenging.

      Even after lot of challenges mentioned above you want to create such a tool, it will be very intersting to use that. This is all from my side.

      Regards,

      Vaibhav

  • Posted on Apr 06, 2010 at 07:39 PM

    Hello,

    you can do that for a print form, you cannot do that for interactive form. There are the demo programs for that in your ERP, you can google down the names, I have played with that a little. You cannot do that for interactive forms or I must have missed this important feature in last three years.

    Regards Otto

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  • Posted on May 12, 2010 at 01:58 PM

    Hello, I wonder if you were successful to create a working demo or something. Your requirement is a dream for all the people around and would be cool to learn how your solution might work (if there is one). Could you share your experience with us? Thank you, Otto

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    • Former Member Otto Gold

      Funny I come across this thread after reading a blog about replacing Adobe Forms with another technology. Seems like besides AspireHR there is also StreamT.com who enabled forms in WD with a custom UI and AragonHR.com with a custom Adobe Flash/Flex UI. And also something done by Otto?

      So it seems there is indeed some more options, and indeed possible.

  • Posted on May 12, 2010 at 06:56 PM

    I get it....you are obviously developing a product......however, I think as others have said, it is possible but will be a "lot" of work. For this level and detail of development as well as producing a marketable product, I am not so sure I would be trusting the comments of a handful of people on a forum. haha Also, I hope you are ready to share royalties for their ideas to produce your product. haha

    Anyways, sounds like quite the undertaking...enjoy!

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