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Populating PDF Forms in C#

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I am just looking for a CLEAR direction on if this is possible, and where to look. I have done some research, called Adobe, but I can't seem to get a straight answer.
All I want to do is Open a PDF Form and populate it with data from SQL via my C# winform application.

As a bonus fields that do not fill from SQL that the user fills out I would like to capture and put into SQL, but that is not a deal breaker as i can save the PDF and write it back to the database.

Thanks for the time.

p.s. or can i achive this with XPS, screw adobe!
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Spoke with the company, they say then can help, we shall see. Thanks!
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