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converting HTML form data to PDF format

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> I am involved in developing a html forms based e commerce site wherein we
> use IIS4.0, MTS and Site Server running on NT4.0 and SQL7.0 as Database
> Server. The architecture is COM.
>
> It is a secure site used by financial institutions.
>
> We require to provide an online forms functionality to the users.
> We have the static pdf form templates, but the problem is how to make them
> interactive?
>
> What we need is that the users should be able to fill the forms online:
>
> Option 1: They fill in a html form, which internally puts the values in
the
> pdf appropriately and shows it to the user so that he can print it or
> download it.
>
> Option 2: The pdf itself is interactive and accepts inputs from the user
> over the web.
>
> Any solution custom build or standard product based or even third party
> freeware kinds shall be welcome.


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Anil Singh
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the pdf format is protected by adobe.  I doubt you'll be able to do this like you want without buying expensive programs from adobe.  Check out this page:
http://www.adobe.com/epaper/main.html

It might have what you're looking for.  This page (a link from the other one) looks promising:
http://www.adobe.com/epaper/features/formsperform/main.html
-Josh
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