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13:34:34 by PD4ML.
January 20, 2012 at 09:44#26658
ThanksJanuary 24, 2012 at 11:50#28787
Currently the feature is not supported.
We successfully prototyped the feature and were able to auto-insert the date info into a form field. Unfortunately we did not enabled the feature in the just-released v380fx2, as there was not enough time to extensively test it. It is going to be available with the next beta-release of PD4ML.
FYI: we achieved that with
[language=Java:11vnygw9]this.getField(“i1”).value = new Date().toDateString()[/language:11vnygw9]
The source HTML document supposed to define:
PD4ML must explicitly enable PDF form output:
[language=java:11vnygw9]pd4ml.generatePdfForms(true, null);[/language:11vnygw9]January 27, 2012 at 09:07#28789
thanks for the response.
thanks.January 27, 2012 at 13:27#28790
Currently the method signature is like that:
We’ll see during the testing if any extra parameters are needed.
We could send you a development version to test closer to the end of the next week.February 6, 2012 at 12:31#28791
Thanks,February 6, 2012 at 16:03#28792
Most probably it will be available for download tomorrow or day after tomorrow.
If you want to test the actual development build right now – please send a request to support pd4ml comFebruary 14, 2012 at 13:54#28793
I have recieved development version and it’s working fine as per my requirement. Thanks a lot for the support.
Please let me know when can i expect the next beta release with this functionality so that i can find a workaround( till next beta release).February 14, 2012 at 17:09#28794
It is going to be released this week.February 22, 2012 at 15:46#28795
Can we expect new beta release by this week? It would be of great help if you can release by this week.
Thanks,February 23, 2012 at 13:42#28796
We found that the font of the form field value is arial where as the font of the remaining PDF is TimesNewRoman. I tried to change the font by using the font tags before the from field as shown below but couldnt able to do.
Please let me know how can i change the font to TimesNewRoman.
Thanks,February 24, 2012 at 21:11#28797
> great help if you can release by this week.
Hopefully it is not too late… We’ve just released v380fx3February 29, 2012 at 12:06#28798
Thanks for the v380fx3 release,
See the below example.
Ex: February 1, 2012,
daily periodic rates are based on the Index Rate as of and are estimates.
I want the date (February 1, 2012,) to come in the same line. I can do this by seeting the size of the input field,but if i increase the size a gap apeears between the current line and next line.
How can i handle this? also please let me know how can i change the font of the input text variable to times new roman which is by defalut Arial.March 1, 2012 at 22:04#28799
The trick with dynamic date utilizes PDF form fields. Currently PD4ML has no impact to the fields style (except box size). There are also other known issues – for example if the text to be shown in the field is too long, Acroread decreases its font size to make the text fit the space, which may appear unexpected.
We plan to investigate into the issue next week on Thursday. Hopefully we’ll find a solution.April 9, 2013 at 07:20#28800
Hi, I have a requirement which says to stop displaying current date whenever pdf is saved . Is there any action type associated for save (like saveaction similar to openaction) event?
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