XFA

pdfXFA flatten dynamic forms
pdfXFA is the successor to XFA Worker. It allows you to process and finalize dynamic forms by automating form filling and later flattening for easy use and security. pdfXFA offers all of the same functionality as XFA Worker, but also offers a convenient API. To get started with pdfXFA, read on! Load your License Key Before we begin we'll need to load the license file. This is done using our license key library. Make sure to use version 2 and higher. These version are meant to be used in tandem with iText 7 products, while versions 1.x.y are meant to be used with iText 5. LicenseKey....
I have a dynamic XFA Form that I can fill out manually using Adobe Acrobat on my computer. Using iTextSharp I can read what the XFA XML data is and see the structure of the data. But how can I fill out the form programmatically?
I want create a PDF template from another template. The resulting PDF should still be a template that I can fill out with data. I tried using PdfStamper but the resulting PDF is not template.
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Are there any issues that can come up of removing the XFA format from a PDF form? If I don't drop XFA, I can see the fields pre-filled on Acrobat Reader but not in Acrobat Pro. Other viewers like Ubuntu Document Viewer, present the file correctly. I don't mind dropping XFA but I'm just checking if there might be issues that I am not aware of.
My code to fill out an XFA form throws no exception and everything seems to be OK, but if I open filled pdf, Adobe Reader says something like this: This document enabled extended features. This document was changed since it was created and using extended features isn't possible anymore.
I assume I need to flatten a XFA form in order to display properly on the UI of an application that uses Nuance's CSDK. When I process it now I get a generic message "Please Wait.... If this message is not eventually replaced."
My code to fill out an XFA form throws no exception and everything seems to be OK, but if I open filled pdf, Adobe Reader says something like this: This document enabled extended features. This document was changed since it was created and using extended features isn't possible anymore.
I assume I need to flatten a XFA form in order to display properly on the UI of an application that uses Nuance's CSDK. When I process it now I get a generic message "Please Wait.... If this message is not eventually replaced."
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Are there any issues that can come up of removing the XFA format from a PDF form? If I don't drop XFA, I can see the fields pre-filled on Acrobat Reader but not in Acrobat Pro. Other viewers like Ubuntu Document Viewer, present the file correctly. I don't mind dropping XFA but I'm just checking if there might be issues that I am not aware of.