Tag: database

This week in PDF: Quite Hot Imposing

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This week in PDF sees Planet PDF welcome a new major sponsor, while Quite Software announces a new imposition product and Crionics updates its suite of PDF tools.

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Where Should I use Acrobat JavaScript?

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As alluded to in the previous article ‘What is Acrobat JavaScript?’ it turns out Acrobat JavaScript (AcroJS) can be used in many places inside both the PDF document and through Acrobat the application.

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PDF/Mergician generates data-driven documents from PDF Forms

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PDF/Mergician is a forthcoming application for generating data-driven documents from PDF Forms. A beta demo version is currently available for download, with a first commercial release due in mid-August.

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Introducing SOAP

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SOAP or Simple Object Access Protocol has become a standard mechanism in the world of Web Services. In this piece, Dave Wraight takes a closer look at the use of SOAP with Acrobat.

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Using the ADBC JavaScript Object

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Introducing the wonderful World of Acrobat Database Connectivity (ADBC). In brief, this is a javascript object (derived from the Plugin) allowing users to connect to almost any type of database and display data directly in their PDF documents.

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IAC – Opening a PDF from an Access table

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How to open each a PDF file in Reader from an Access table.

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