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Off-line IAF with clicking button

Hi, ALL.

I try to make a scenario like this.

I try to produce a dynamic off-line IAF to be downloaded with WDJ .

(with different pre-fill data depending on user`s input data)

And this off-line form with a button which can triggle a web service while clicking it.

Is this scenario possible?

All off-line IAF scenarios which I got are about using either GP or uploading off-line IAF with WDJ.

I can`t find any tutorial like my scenario.

Can anyone give a hand? Thanks a lot.

BR.

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  • Nov 23, 2010 at 11:01 AM

    I don´t understand which part of the process is a problem of yours? I especially don´t understand how is it possible you miss tutorials to learn it from them. There are plenty and covering all steps in your process. So which part is your concern? The webservice part??

    Otto

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    Nov 25, 2010 at 11:47 AM

    Hi Louis,

    It is possible to get/post data from/to SAP by clicking the web service button in the adobe forms.

    1) Create the webservice in SAP

    2) Do the configurations in SOAMANAGER

    3)import the wsdl file and create the data connection

    4) Do necessary bindings to the data connection within the adobe form

    Thanks & Regards,

    Sanoosh

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    • Former Member

      Hi Louis,

      Having a Webservices to process your dat into a interactive form is possible, there are steps for this in ADLC help doco.

      But for an interactive form to do a webservice call we have restrictions on the ADLC.

      Option 1) You should be using Acrobat pro for this

      Options2) You can have Adobe readers installed with Extended Rights on all the machines where this form is going to run.

      Option 3) You can have a Reader extension server.

      You have a clear explanation @ this in Adobe site.

      Regards,

      Sai.