Saving PDF with Data on the server

Hello,

I have a online PDF Form which user can fillout online with data. Now I need that data to be saved on the server. I know user can save data on their own desktop but I want that data to be saved on the server. Where specified person can go on the server and grab that file via ftp or network drive. I don't mind if the data saved on the server could be in word or pdf.

Appreciate any help..

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ypanchalAsked:
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Loganathan NatarajanLAMP DeveloperCommented:
You could consider to use this component... asppdf ,  www.asppdf.com

This will do online fill the form and can be stored on the server...

I have used this.
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Loganathan NatarajanLAMP DeveloperCommented:
Otherwise, you can get the form details from HTML form ... and it  can be converted as .pdf or .doc ... with free libraries also... it is possible.
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ypanchalAuthor Commented:
Hello Loqudotcom,

I looked at the asppdf.com and it seems uses Database as the backend, I need something on the fly not to save in the database. It could be formatted HTML page or word but when I submit PDF form with the data it sould be email automatically to the recipient in word/HTML format.

If you have any idea?

Thanks,
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Loganathan NatarajanLAMP DeveloperCommented:
it is possible to write it as pdf on the fly without database using asppdf.., then you can save it on the server...

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Loganathan NatarajanLAMP DeveloperCommented:
It could be formatted HTML page or word but when I submit PDF form with the data it sould be email automatically to the recipient in word/HTML format.

>>yeah, once you create the pdf form, you can email it automatically.. it is possible.
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